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pol

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishpolpol /pɒl $ pɑːl/ noun [countable] American English informal  POLITICSa politician – used in newspapers He’s just another Washington pol.
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polApparently Grijalva has declared himself the moral guidepost for other local pols.But the mayor had studiously avoided endorsing any of the old pols running.Forbes is traveling the country at an impressive clip, spreading his flat-tax message and pocketing IOUs from Republican pols.They were handshaking, backslapping old-style Texas pols.They loved the issues, hated the pols.Thereafter the pols rejected Jack as unworthy, and tried to destroy him.In his view, Dole is just another Washington pol.
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