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cat face
 n.— «Wholesale vegatable men are commenting upon the excess waste in some of the tomatoes they are handling at low prices. Many show cracks from alternate drought and rain and the fruit blotches referred to by the trade as “cat faces.”» —“Roasts, Canned Goodes, And Fruit Cheap This Week” by Frank Ridgway Chicago Daily Tribune Aug. 24, 1934. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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