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 n.— «The truth is that “the splurge,” as the soldiers call it, is not going well.…Spent more than two years in Iraq and most likely will have to do 15 more months unless it goes back to 12-month rotations after “the splurge” is reduced.» —“Conniver-in-chief” by Vox Day WorldNetDaily (Medford, Oregon) Sept. 17, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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