Editorial: The definition of extraterritorial

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Every year the Oxford English Dictionary publishes a list of the new words that have entered popular currency over the preceding 12 months. This year’s OED-approved additions to the lexicon included the glorious ‘bimble’ – to move at a leisurely pace (charmingly the online Urban Dictionary adds its own twist to the definition with “it’s not required to achieve nothing, though it’s a frequent side-effect”).

On a more aggressive note the OED also added ‘suplex’ – an offensive wrestling move – and

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