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shroud-waving

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishshroud-wavingˈshroud-ˌwaving noun [uncountable] British English  when people, especially doctors or politicians, publicly criticize the quality of medical care in the British National Health Service, in order to make the government provide more money for it
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