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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • adj. Involving the purchase and sale of a single security within a short period of time.

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  • Four Conservatives, including Senators Doug Finley and Irving Gerstein, are facing renewed charges over what has been called the "in-and-out" controversy - money being transferred between local ridings and the national headquarters, which each have their own distinct legal spending limits.

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  • In 2008 the Mounties raided Tory party headquarters in connection with the controversy over the so-called in-and-out financing scheme.

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  • Stephen Harper and his Conservatives are being savaged by the opposition over the so-called in-and-out campaign financing scheme.

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  • The two sides are expected in an Ottawa court this afternoon on the so-called in-and-out case.

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  • "In and Out" netted $100,000 in payouts for Conservative ridings Laurie Graham Elections Canada paid out more than $100,000 to Conservative riding associations before the party's so-called "in-and-out" scheme was discovered, a CBC News investigation has found.

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  • Ironically, Mr. Finley embraced the social networking tool - which sends out information unfiltered - the day it was revealed that Elections Canada had laid charges against him and three other senior Harper Conservatives for "willfully" exceeding spending limits in the so-called "in-and-out" financing scheme during the 2006 election campaign.

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  • It provides a montage of the accusations the opposition has been lobbing at the government: the Bev Oda doctored-memo issue, the so-called in-and-out election finance scandal, prorogation and the policy that government news releases must refer to the "Harper government" instead of the "Canadian government."

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  • The charges stem from the so-called in-and-out financing scheme, which the elections watchdog alleges skirted an $18.3-million spending cap.

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  • The charges in the so-called in-and-out scheme relate to the 2006 election when Stephen Harper's Conservatives first came to power.

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  • It was a fiery Question Period, dominated by the so-called in-and-out financing scheme.

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