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 n.— «Gradually, “lacto-ovo vegetarians” grouped and shortened their title to “vegetarian.”  This is why I sometime use the term “lo-vegetarian” where the “lo” stands for “lacto-ovo.» —“Why vegetarianism is ethically the same as eating meat” by Adam Kochanowicz in Omaha, Nebraska Examiner.com Mar. 27, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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