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rehat

rehat v. to outfit military personnel in different uniforms in order to show a change of allegiance or authority. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

carpet-crossing

carpet-crossing  n.— «Presidential Advisor Sergei Yastrzhembsky views the commanders’ carpet-crossing to the side of the federal troops as a significant success for Akhmed Kadyrov.» —by Alan...

carpet-crossing

carpet-crossing  n.— «The rank of APP leadership in the South has been depleted by the spate of carpet-crossing as not a few chieftains had jumped ship into the rival People’s Democratic party (PDP).» —“Onu’s Chairmanship...

carpet-crossing

carpet-crossing  n.— «Political observers here view the opposition carpet-crossing as an attempt to secure ministerial posts if, as is widely expected, Diouf wins a third term in office.» —“Opposition Parties Showing Their True...

carpet-crossing

carpet-crossing n. the act of joining an opposition (political party) or conceding to its policies. Also floor-crossing, crosstitution. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

carpet-crossing

carpet-crossing  n.— «During the First Republic when the Northern People’s Congress (NPC), National Council of Nigerian Citizens (NCNC) and the Action Group (AG) were the dominant political parties, indiscipline among politicians took...

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