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momic
 n.— «Book loving mobile phone addicts now have a reason to smile, as novels and even comic books are being made available for reading on cell phones. Already a big hit in Japan and China, momics (mobile comics) as they are called, are all set to capture the Indian market.» —“Now, read novels, comics on your mobile” by Arvinder Kaur Business Standard (India) Nov. 17, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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