from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A brown iron-containing pigment found in the so-called livers of various invertebrates.
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And not a penny is being wasted trying to improve America's infrastructure, free us from dependency on ferrin oil, or God forbid, spent on the health or family needs of ordinary Americans.
Ex Officio delegates is more accurate, but I suspect many Democrats don't like them ferrin tongues.
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