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February 2007, Vol. 9, No. 2 Saturday, August 23, 2014


Top Twenty Dimwitticisms
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Top Twenty Dimwitticisms

Analysis conducted by Factiva showed that of two hundred dimwitticisms used by the U.S. press during January 2007, the most common was "ongoing."

Top Twenty Dimwitticisms

Analysis conducted by Factiva showed that of two hundred dimwitticisms used by the U.K. press during January 2007, the most common was "in terms of."

Top Twenty Dimwitticisms

Analysis conducted by Factiva showed that of two hundred dimwitticisms used by the Canadian press during January 2007, the most common was "ongoing."

Top Twenty Dimwitticisms

Analysis conducted by Factiva showed that of two hundred dimwitticisms used by the Australian press during January 2007, the most common was "ongoing."

Top Twenty Dimwitticisms

Analysis conducted by Factiva showed that of two hundred dimwitticisms used by the Indian press during January 2007, the most common was "hero."

Data provided by Factiva, a Dow Jones and Reuters Company and aggregator of more than 10,000 news sources.

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