from the East German judge

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from the East German judge (not comparable)

  1. Used for comedic effect with an imaginary score in a competition because of the reputation of East German judges for giving low scores to non-East Germans.
    • August 2003, Tom Clancy, The Teeth of the Tiger, The Berkley Publishing Group (August 2004), p. 444:
      “Nice pop, Aldo.” “Well, I guess a five-point-six from the East German judge. Let’s get moving.”