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 n.— «As it opens, a confident Wayne saunters into a class reunion, wearing another man’s nametag, making conversation and parting the clueless “buffers” (the term for non-Traveller folk) from their wallets.» —“On TV: A wealth of talent in FX’s newest series ‘The Riches’” by Melanie McFarland Post-Intelligencer (Seattle, Washington) Mar. 8, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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