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SPOSH

SPOSH
 n.— «This definition includes land upon which “significant harm is being caused or there is a significant possibility of such harm being caused.” From this we get that friendly-sounding acronym SPOSH (significant possibility of significant harm).» —“New CLEA proliferation?” by Simon Edwards Edie News Centre (United Kingdom) Sept. 8, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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