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mugu
 n.— «They’ll then press the dupe—or Mugu as he’s derisively known in Africa—for more money to buy chemicals that can be obtained only from the American treasury department to wash the rest of the money.» —“E-mail from ‘princess’: She wants cash” by Paul Legall Hamilton Spectator (Ontario, Can.) Nov. 1, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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