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 n.— «’Que lovers, rejoice. There’s another joint in the ‘burbs. Since fall, Hoxie’s Serious Southern BBQ has been smoking up brisket, chicken and ribs and slathering ’em with a pungent sauce worth getting your mouth around.» —“True Bbq Ribs And Chicken Make Hoxie’s A Joint To Jump For” by Carol Mighton Haddix Chicago Tribune Mar. 12, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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