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 n.— «Rudy took Judy out for a stroll up Second Avenue, permitting the newspaper photographers to snap pictures all along the way. They were on the cover—the “wood,” in the argot—of the tabloids the next day, as Giuliani undoubtedly knew they would be.» —“What Rudy Believes” by Michael Tomasky American Prospect Apr. 12, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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