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good table

good table
 n.— «As they say in Jamaica, you can see that he has come “from a good table,” and not only has he gone around the world and returned to the UK, but the spirit which gave birth to his father’s greatness has come full circle and also resides in him.» —“The Son Shine” by Thorold Demercado The Voice (London, England) July 3, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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