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flake
 n.— «The donkeys are inexpensive to keep. They eat a flake of hay a day and a Campbell’s soup tin of grain.» —“ These downtown professionals have made rural dreams a reality” by Donna Jean MacKinnon Toronto Star (Canada) Oct. 13, 1991. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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