this just in


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this just in

Used to introduce some new information that is especially important, noteworthy, or interesting, often used humorously or sarcastically to imply the opposite. An imitation of the language used by news presenters when announcing breaking news. A: "You should get in touch with the newspaper about it!" B: "Haha, yeah, sure. 'This just in—local man finds really big frog in local river.' I'm sure they would jump at the chance to publish that."
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