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Bopping Around Town

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John from San Diego, California, likes to use the word be-bopping to mean “meandering,” “going about aimlessly.” As Robert S. Gold explains in his dictionary of jazz terms, Jazz Talk (Amazon), be-bopping and its shortened form, bopping, likely come from the language of that musical art form. This is part of a complete episode.

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