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 n.— «At Binyomin’s, when Senior came over to visit, he said in response to my schmoozing, “My, my, you are such a hocker!” So I flashed a smile at him and said, “how true! I have a question, though. What is a hocker?” With some deliberation, he answered me, “A hocker is…the same as a tutzuch.”» —“Finalizing…” by Yuda Welcome to the yudaSphere (N.Y.) June 3, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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