n.— «The North may have its Unionists and Nationalists, but now there are “smokists” and “anti-smokists” in the Republic of Ireland, she explained, creating her own terminology to capture the raw political nature of Ireland’s new ban on smoking, including in pubs.» —“Anti-tobacco crusade stirs a countermovement in Ireland’s pubs” by Michael A. Lev in Leighlinbridge, Ireland Kansas City Star (Mo., Kan.) Aug. 23, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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