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 n.— «When an MPR reporter approached the men, one offers a one-word question—”mica?” which is Spanish slang for an ID that might include a drivers license, a permanent residency card or a Social Security number.» —“No slowdown in illegal document trade” by Art Hughes, Ambar Espinoza in St. Paul Minnesota Public Radio Dec. 13, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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