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filin
 n.— «Paredes adds, through an interpreter, that he’s been influenced by the “filin” movement in Cuban music. Filin (a derivation of the word “feeling”).» —“A second helping of Cuban jazz at the Black Rep” by Rick Massino Providence Journal (R.I.) May 5, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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