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 n.— «Her daughter Jordan, a small cyclone of post-school hyperactivity, kneels on the floor drawing on a sheet of pale blue paper. This is what is called a bluey,” the army-issue airmail letters which now also come in the form of e-blueys and fax-blueys for faster communication.» —“You’re in the army now” by Vicky Allan Sunday Herald (Scotland) Nov. 25, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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