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Words of the Day — November 9, 2012
November 9, 2012 - Scott Viau
Kleptocrats — KLEP-tow-KRATS — rulers who use political power to steal country resources probity — PRO-bih-TEE — the quality of having strong moral principles, honesty and decency
Example: "A Newsweek article about the head of Malawi said: 'In a continent of unabashed kleptocrats, Joyce Banda, president of the country, shines like an improbable beacon of probity.'"
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