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Amexica

Amexica
 n.— «More than that, they could for the first time aspire to American standards of freedom and well-being without losing the Mexican way of life. Call it “the Amexican dream.”» —“Opportunity Knocks; Amexica the Beautiful” Economist (U.K.) Oct. 28, 1995. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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