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Replicate, Duplicate, Repeat

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A former sociology professor shares a peeve about the language of political pundits: He’s irked when they say a candidate wants to replicate or duplicate his win. The professor explains why he thinks they should eschew those words and instead opt for repeat. This is part of a complete episode.

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