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heritage callout

heritage callout
 n.Gloss: a design that references a particular ethnic, racial, or national group, such as traditional Native American patterns on products targeted at Native Americans. «The design features several “heritage callouts” as one product manager described it, including sunrise to sunset to sunrise patterns on the tongue and heel of the shoe. Feather designs adorn the inside and stars are on the sole to represent the night sky.» —“Nike Designs Shoe for American Indians” by Sarah Skidmore Associated Press Sept. 25, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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