"Salt. To mark a memo or document in such a way that if it is leaked to press, the leaker will be identified. Commonly, a document is salted when one word is placed in one person's copy, a different in the next person's, and so forth. When it appears in print, the salter will know whose copy is leaked."
-- From "The Congress Dictionary" by Paul Dickson and Paul Clancy.
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