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 n.— «Then on Tuesday, at one of the many literary events I attend, I saw Eva, a lass we had a short ‘dose’ as they call them—as if women are innocuous inoculations—when I was 25 years old, fresh from college, and she was a stroke of the collage of my life at that age of the sexy sample.» —“Girls in my 20-somethings” by Tony M The Standard (Narobi, Kenya) Dec. 5, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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