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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbaloneyba‧lo‧ney /bəˈləʊni $ -ˈloʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  STUPID/NOT SENSIBLE informal something that is silly or not true syn nonsense Don’t give me that baloney.
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baloneyThis is the sort of self-serving, insincere baloney that gives good government a bad name.Newman was either full of baloney or a solitary man being steamrolled by big business.All of which could very well be marvellous, or pure baloney.It seems that while the definition of the word multimedia has changed, the baloney factor hasn't.
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