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 n.— «“Have you ever tried raw bluefish cheeks?” I asked. They hadn’t. Oh, but you must. We’d caught a few of those brutarians that night, so, the next thing I knew, the bunch of us were standing around the fillet table while I carved the cheeks out.» —“As The Anchor Drags” by Tom Gogola Fairfield County Weekly (Conn.) Apr. 7, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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