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 n.— «A typical nutritious “chop house” or “bukateria” meal of pounded yam, melon seed and palm oil stew, accompanied by a couple pieces of beef—all eaten with one’s bare hand—plus a Coke costs N60, or about US$0.50.» —“”Ile-Ikawe” means “House of Readers” or “Library” in Yoruba” by Ian R. Young in Ibadan, Nigeria CASLIS Atlantic Newsletter (Canada) Apr., 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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