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half apple
 n.— «The production team is slowly picking up the lingo, so that last night when Chad asked for a “Half apple” I actually knew 1. what he was talking about 2. where it was and 3. where he needed to put it. That’s amazing! Okay, so maybe apple boxes was a bad example, but the amount of “white knowledge” we’re all picking up on this movie is what keeps us going when the going gets tough. Or cold.» —“See how busy we are?” by Priti Trivedi in Toms River, N.J. Fractured Blog Oct. 15, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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