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Negadelphia

Negadelphia
 n.— «It’s a well-earned hangover and, in a city so often referred to as Negadelphia, a welcome glass half-full approach.» —“Reid thinks Birds can learn from first-half mistakes” by Dana Pennett O’Neil Philadelphia Inquirer (Pa.) Oct. 4, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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