Vanna White veto
 n.— «The governor also used to be able to strike individual letters to create new words—the so-called “Vanna White veto,” named after the letter-turner on “Wheel of Fortune”—but those powers were reined in under a 1990 constitutional amendment.» —“Doyle detects new love: the veto” by David Callender Capital Times (Madison, Wisc.) Aug. 6, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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