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magalog
 n.— «The 75-page “magalog” features models in very little lingerie designed “for girls who don’t like to wear underthings” and a mod boudoir scene with a young couple preparing for bed—sans wedding bands.» —“Feminists taking to the warpath” by Jo Moreland Walla Wall Union-Bulletin (Wash.) Apr. 3, 1970. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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