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 n.— «The bears that made a big splash in Chilliwack are members of the social group VanCubz, a bunch of down-to-earth guys who are hefty and/or hirsute, and their admirers.…Allan is what is known in bear parlance as an otter. That means someone who is slim or average-sized, with some facial and/or body hair.» —“Rediscovering furry fun” by Guy Babineau Xtra! West (Vancouver, British Columbia) Sept. 12, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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