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dodo
 n.— «Stallworth gave jurors a primer on the street lingo used to describe drugs and deals.…“Dodo” was especially good marijuana.» —“Suspect’s answer to ‘Deal or no deal?’ may determine his fat” by Mark O’Brien Pensacola News Journal (Florida) June 29, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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