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 n.— «This garnered the expected responses from Left Blogsvania and Tancredo dispatched a spokesweasel to put some “ah, that was all hypothetical” counterspin on his initial comments.» —“Bob Harris reads the tea leaves” by John S. Jacobs Anderson Genehack.org July 19, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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