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 n.— «Arreola grew up in “Big, bad EasLos,” as he called it, one of six children. He lived in Huntington Park, going to boxing gyms with his father, Augustin, an amateur boxer.» —“Arreola remembers humble beginnings while boxing stock rises” by Jaime Cárdenas Los Angeles Times July 12, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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