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  • n. One who leapfrogs.


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  • Up next: New Hampshire is expected to leapfrog the leapfrogger and move its forward, too -- as is Iowa.

    It's Official: Michigan Primary Moves Up To Jan. 15

  • In some situations, options often exist for developing still newer primary demand, by leapfrogging the leapfrogger, with the result that each competitor operates in a virtual monopoly and has to worry little about selective competition.

    Managing with Dual Strategies


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