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french fries
 n.pl.— «Schaffel had worked for Jackson before, but was fired when news leaked of his ties to the adult entertainment world, Provencio said. Schaffel went back to Jackson, whom the producer would call Arnold. Their special language included slang such as using french fries to mean money, Provencio said. Jackson was always saying he needed french fries, Provencio said.» —“Defense Disputes Jackson Associate’s Testimony” by Sally Connell, Michael Muskal Los Angeles Times May 4, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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