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Wikipedian defense

Wikipedian defense
 n.— «At any rate, the whole process is taking on a life of its own as various people weigh in and out on the issue of the tests, what they showed, whether they showed what Floyd says they did or not, and so on. This is, as Landis’ old coach Arnie Baker told me last week, a Wikipedian defense (a term Baker says he coined), whereby anyone can participate and correct erroneous information.» —“Boulder Report: Silly Season Commences” Bicycling Oct. 24, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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