Lawyers Get Kickbacks from Dictionary Companies

It was recently revealed that lawyers in major law firms across the US are receiving kickbacks from dictionary companies, including Webster's, Funk and Wagnalls, and Oxford English, in exchange for creating new words, such as colorable, compurgation, and fiduciary, that would thicken and increase the price of their dictionary books, in these trying times when paper book sales are down.

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