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more at 11

cliché Primarily heard in US.
1. Formerly used by television news broadcasters to advertise the fact that footage of a breaking news story would be shown during the 11 PM local news slot. Coming up tonight—doctors who let their pets perform surgery? More at 11.
2. Used by extension to indicate something not at all newsworthy. A: "Don't you think that's interesting?" B: "No, not really. 'Local boy discovers big pit in a field. More at 11.'"
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