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Hi friends!
That's the sentence:
"The problem is that John Durham, who's been assigned the task, will have a hard time refraining from scapegoating a few overzealous CIA interrogators, a' la Abu Ghraib".
My doubt is about " a' la"; what does it means?What does it stand for?

Just a support .

Thanks a lot in advance.
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