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bagel
 n.— «Burak’s dog Memphis, a beagle-basset hound cross (or a bagel, as they are called) and for whom the store is named—drags a blanket in his mouth on the hardwood floor.» —“James North comes in from the cold” by Jon Wells Hamilton Spectator (Ontario, Canada) Dec. 15, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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