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“Wild West Division” (United States)
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Alphabet soup for modern times: CIA, GOP and IRS.

Kettles aren’t the only things called black: the black box process, the black boxes  found on airplanes and the black box warning on pharmaceuticals.

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The Beige Book

The Beige Book

The Beige Book is the nickname for the “Summary of Commentary on Current Economic Conditions by Federal Reserve District,” which is a collection of anecdotal reports on economic conditions in each of the twelve Reserve Districts. The Beige Book is published eight times a year.
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Red Tide

“Red tide” is a nickname for harmful algae blooms that appear as a reddening of the water. Red tides are not only a phenomenon of the ocean, but also of rivers and lakes.  While some red tides are harmless, many others create a toxic environment that can kill not only the fish and shellfish that live in the water, but also the animals, birds, and humans who consume the tainted fish and shellfish.



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