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 n.— «Moshey and belly-guts were also holiday treats. Moshey was both a term used to describe unpulled taffy as well as “clear toys”—candy made by boiling sugar in syrup.» —“Belsnickels & belly-guts: Holiday traditions of York past” by Scott Butcher York Daily Record (York, Pennsylvania) Dec. 10, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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