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 n.— «Godwin provided plenty of colorful examples of the gradual disintegration of the farming system in Zimbabwe as the war vets or “wovits,” as they are called, grab land from the rightful owners.» —“Journalist recounts decimation of Zimbabwe” by Bonnie Adler Westport Minuteman (Connecticut) Nov. 20, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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