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Plaming

Plaming
 n.— «Instead of having a friendly chat with her, how does the Bush camp deal? You got it, Swift Boat Revenge, or “Plaming,” as some have come to refer to it. They’re pulling out the heavy artillery to use against the mortal threat imposed by a brokenhearted mom.» —“Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch, They Put “Spartacus” On” by Ron Scott Smith Canyon News (Beverly Hills, California) Aug. 11, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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