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rocket surgery
 n.— «“In a way, movie making is rocket surgery,” Mr. Gordon says of the Hollywood melange that beguiles him so. “It’s a very quirky art form that intersects with business.”» —“On Sunday In Boot Camp, Rough Drafts Get Fit to Film” by Francis X. Clines New York Times Aug. 7, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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