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 n.— «Even the so-called better prints that pirates affectionately call silver” are not free of bloopers. One young media professional was amused to find Brad Pitt crying in Spanish in what the cover promised to be the English version of ‘Burn After Reading.’ “I wanted to do precisely that, burn it after viewing,” she says, laughing.» —“Heavy breathing and the shakes: the side-effects of piracy” by Sharmila Ganesan-Ram Times of India (New Delhi) Mar. 1, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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