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unblind
 v.— «Late in September 1981, the Harvard team sent its portion of the AMPIM data to the NIGH in preparation for a group meeting in Bethesda at which the participants would, for the first time, discuss unblinded results.» —“Harvard Delays in Reporting Fraud” Science Jan. 29, 1982. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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