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Friday, 27 July 2007

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The academic world is holding its breath as the three largest publishers argue over the definition of politics and allegations of industrial espionage.

Activists from Whipedia Answers Normal Questions (W.A.N.Q,) have used cyber terrorism to hack into the database and altered definitions.

"99.99% of the entries were unharmed" explains Professor Shakespear Tennisun Dickins" Curator and somewhat embarrassed Project Manager He continued. "The only one we found which was changed was Politics"

"It had been changed to poli - greek for Many and tic a blood sucking parasite

Collins have come out strongly in favour of the new definition commenting "Well?"

Oxford and Cambridge however is under massive political pressure from all sides of the house as old boys of all Colleges are saying that Collins does not have a university named after it and that its not proper English and lacks any academic credence

"Nuts" was the response first utter in Bastogne to the German commander after asking the 101 Airbourne to surrender

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