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Tuesday, October 4, 2016
3RD QUARTER WRAP UP
“Cut and run or cut-and-run is an idiomatic verb phrase meaning to “make off promptly” or to “hurry off”. The phrase originated in the 1700s as describing an act allowing a ship to make sail quickly in an urgent situation….The phrase is used as a pejorative in political language, implying a panicked and cowardly retreat…” ~ Wikipedia