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- From Latin quasi ("almost, as it were"), from quam (interrogative adverb) + sī (conditional particle). (Wiktionary)
“Their ability to quasi-"own" neighborhoods through local franchise deals inevitably means a measure of pricing power over both subscribers and the studios that supply the programming.”
“If I could come up with enough semi-, quasi-, pseudo-reasons and methods for getting rid of everybody in the world except for a nice workable two hundred thousand, including me, I’ve got a great piece.”
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