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Term Kha-Khan
Definition 1. in an ancient army a particularly brave deed was recognized by an award of the title of Kha-Khan. It was not a rank. The person remained what he was, but he was entitled to be forgiven the death penalty

ten times in case in the future he did anything wrong. That was a Kha-Khan. That's what producing high statistic staff members are Kha-Khans. They can get away with murder without a blink from Ethics. (HCO PL 1 Sept 65 VII) 2. Kha-Khan was like a medal. It ten times forgave a person the death penalty. He could ten times incur the death penalty and not get it. (PDC 26)

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