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DOUGLAS KOLLER wrote:
> John Q. Public refers
> to the average American man in the street

For me, John Q. Public is more of a personification of "the average
American" than an actual individual; or sometimes "taxpayers", as in
"Who's gonna pay for this?  John Q. Public" (not a usage I've ever used,
but I've heard similar usages several times)

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