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Nash Vegas

Nash Vegas
 n.— «She offered him a development deal right there in the bar, and before he knew it, the former pediatric nurse from Airdrie, Alta., landed in Nashville.…“There was a lot of soul-searching when I was down there.” Asked if he ever succumbed to the seduction of “Nash Vegas,” as he calls it, Brandt smiles like a Prairie sphinx. “I probably got to the edge of it.”» —“Leaving Nash Vegas: on the town with Paul Brandt” by Adam McDowell National Post (Don Mills, Ontario, Canada) Sept. 8, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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