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haji
 n.— «I saw Haji (another name for Iraqis) successfully load two full-grown camels in a Ranger pickup without sideboards.…It was amazing. They made the first one lay down and folded his legs up and when he was in, they put the other one in.» —“Driver sees all sides of humanity in Iraq” by Grace Leonhart Hope Star (Ark.) July 6, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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