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road to Damascus experience

road to Damascus experience
 n.— «The Washington summit did not prove a road-to-Damascus experience. Within twenty-four hours, Wallace, back on CBS’s Face the Nation, once again atttacked the media for its use of “unmitigated falsehood” to slander the people of Alabama.» —by Dan T. Carter The Politics of Rage Oct. 27, 1995. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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