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 n.— «Stu Loeser, a Bloomberg campaign spokesman, said the campaign had not made a decision about pursuing the party’s support. Mr. Stern said, “We have to wait for the shiddach,” using the Yiddish term for matchmaking.» —“Stripped of Its Line on Ballot, Liberal Party Seeks a Comeback” by Robin Shulman in New York City New York Times June 9, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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