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 n.— «In good old Northern Ireland (that’s Norn Iron in the local accent…beautiful, isn’t it?) we call “chavs’”spides,” and female versions are called “millies,” which makes it quite amusing when we hear of English girls called Milly.» —“Sociological experiment begins” by emskilicious Emski Scribbles Jan. 22, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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