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 n.— «Some have grown to despise Iraqis, whom they call “Hajis,” scowling rather than waving as they pass locals along highways and dirt roads.» —“Iraqis say it will take more than words and international troops to solve their problems” by Andrew England in Baghdad, Iraq AP Sept. 9, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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