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Victor Prescott

Can you shed some light on the meaning of the phrase(?), "Intercine War." Lately I have noticed an increase in the use of the word "intercine" coupled with a noun. For example: Intercine War, DeLay Inc. goes to war. Another common coupling is: Intercine violence. The foregoing suggests "Civil War" may be a good substitution. But, is it? I cannot find "intercine" in the several dictionaries I have searched. Please, would you guide me?

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