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listicle
 n.— «It’s called “Out Mutual Friends,” and it’s an alphabetical rundown of things we like, hate, think are cool, think suck, are funny, are not funny, etc. Yes, a “listicle” if you will, of things that are currently impacting the zeitgeist.» —“Our Mutual Friends” by Joey Tale of Two Cities (New York City) Nov. 13, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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