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 n.— «It was difficult to gauge whether this microcosm of ultra-modern Japanese fooding—as the French call the combination of eating and lifestyle—will give the area a different buzz, magnifying the quiet hum already emanating from the Spanish Fino.» —by Fay Maschler Evening Standard (U.K.) July 21, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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