"palin" Verb: To use the palm of the non-dominant hand to write down a note to use surreptitiously in a speech. "Palin" noun: A word written in that manner for that purpose.
"palinoid" Noun: An incomplete or partial paliin.
full palin: A palin re-creating Sarach Palin's famous use of her left hand to write prompts especially when a word which might arguably be the most powerful, essential, and potentially tricky part of the speech is crossed out.
palining: The act or producing a palin.
Palinpeek: The act of glancing surreptitiously at a palin during a formal speech, hoping not to be observed doing so.
Words used by Sarah Palin in a recent speech to the Teaparty meeting wherein she exposed to the TV camera some four or five words including "budget" which had been crossed out.
This writer knows of no other example of palining.
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