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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpogrompog‧rom /ˈpɒɡrəm $ pəˈɡrɑːm/ noun [countable]  KILLa planned killing of large numbers of people, usually done for reasons of race or religion
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pogromThe way some of his colleagues told it afterward, he nearly started a pogrom.It will be a greater blow than would be a dozen pogroms.One step forward, two steps back; political progress followed by pernicious pogroms.
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