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land of fruit and nuts
 n.— «From the land of fruit and nuts comes word of the Oreo lawsuit. A San Francisco lawyer has sued Kraft foods because the popular cookies contain “trans fats.”» —“You Can’t Make This Stuff Up” by Mary Starrett NewsWithViews.com May 14, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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