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 n.— «Naran and Jacob are what people call these days “Bar-Chefs.” I just call them bartenders. Whatever they’re called, the show takes these two Australians across the globe to see the sights and mix alcoholic beverages for the locals.» —“NYTVF: Pilot reviews, part six of six” by Richard Keller TV Squad Sept. 9, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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