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February 11, 2003
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The publisher of a Scrabble dictionary agreed to alter its definition of “Jew,” used as a verb, following a complaint by a leading British Jewish group. The Board of Deputies welcomed the decision by Chambers Publishers to replace its old entry — “to cheat or get the better of” — with “old offensive word meaning to haggle.”

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