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politrics
 n.pl.— «If that is so then Amir is learning, among other aspects of his professional education, that boxing “politrics,” as Lennox Lewis famously termed it, can be as hurtful as the punches.» —“Boxing: The boy is doing fine in the hard man’s world” by Alan Hubbard The Independent (U.K.) Oct. 30, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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