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siloing
 other.— «Structures and work arrangements must be fashioned to avoid “stovepiping” (or “siloing”) and draw upon the strengths of the various organizational components.» —“Civilian Personnel Readiness” by Barry Holman, Michael Brostek Congressional Testimony by Federal Document Clearing House Mar. 9, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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