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Technical jargon for "at some point in the future." The term '48-hours' doesn't actually mean two days and nights but represents a mythical time period, usually anywhere between a week and three years. The term is usually uttered by hopeful laywers, administrators and anyone wishing to delay media interest for as long as possible.
Portsmouth Football Club will have a new owner in 48 hours.
by Pompey Jeff January 19, 2012
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