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  • v. Present participle of exeunt.


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  • The latest instance of this lack of faith in their leader came on Monday when the Widen the English Channel Bill aka a referendum on renegotiating our membership of, or exeunting severally from the EU, which was opposed by a majority of said backbenchers on the grounds that the sovereignty-sapping, competency-guzzling tentacles of the EU had ensnared the proud of figure of Britannia for too long.

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