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WORF
 n.— «The Senate could, if it passes many of the Assembly bills in its possession, leave the Assembly with a lot of work to finish up. If these bills have been amended in the Senate, the Assembly will need to concur in these amendments and they will be taken up in the Assembly under what is known as WORF—without reference to file—as they do not appear on the official file that has already been printed.» —“Sentencing Commission Law Among Over 200 Bills Left for the Last Day of the 2007 California Legislative Session” by Frank D. Russo California Progress Report Sept. 11, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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