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KenTacoHut

KenTacoHut
 n.— «They exist in various permutations: Kentucky Fried Taco, Dunkin Robbins, Pizza Bell, and, as you mention, KenTacoHut.» —“Seeking burgers” by The Reverend Forum.optica8.com Mar. 15, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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