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 n.— «At this evening’s muster, ET2 Fred Larousse, one of Cushing’s twidgets—electronic technicians—and the senior man on the BAF, was holding forth on the subject of security alerts.» —by Douglas Morgan Tiger Cruise Mar. 1, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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