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 n.— «He used them for what they call a colleras, a Spanish word which is similar to rodeo, where people pull on their tails and chase them.» —“Pec rancher has Old West problems with ‘rustler'” by Mike Wiser Rockford Register Star (Illinois) Oct. 2, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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