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CDR: Hyperhyphenphasia

Hyperhyphenphasia is an acquired cultural disorder in which there is an impairment of any language, social, political or economic modality due to ethnic or racial metastasis which inhibits the functionality of a community or an individual within a community. The prognosis of those with hyperhyphenphasia varies widely, and is dependent upon age of the patient, size and location of lesion, emotional stability, cognitive bias, political intransigence and eccentricity of individual orbit relative to reality.

See also African-American, Arab-American, Asian-American, European-American, Latino-American, Native-American, Chinese-American, English-American, Filipino-American, German-American, Greek-American, Irish-American, Indian-American, Italian-American, Japanese-American, Jewish-American, Klingon-American, Korean-American, Mexican-American, Norwegian-American, Polish-American, Russian-American, Spanish-American, Ukrainian-American, Vietnamese-American and on and on and on . . . .



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