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“Get-Up” for an Odd Outfit

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Lynne from Grapevine, Texas, remembers that her parents sometimes referred to her clothing as a get-up, as in That’s quite a get-up, or Where did you get that get-up? The implication was that her outfit was poorly conceived and she ought to wear something else. This is part of a complete episode.

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