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collicle

collicle
 n.— «One floor-length refrigerated case contains at least 50 meat varieties, including such out-of-the ordinary stewing specialties as collicle (shoulder) and chuck deckle (pot roast).» —“A Time-Saver for the Kosher Shopper” by Helen P. Silver in N.J. New York Times Feb. 16, 1975. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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