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 n.— «Barbeque is cooking all over the country, and that includes Anchorage, Alaska, which had 18 teams competing for prizes there recently.…She and her husband, Bill, are participating, again, in the Ribfest.…In addition to Texas, there are “ribbers”—as they’re called—from Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, even Australia.» —“‘Ribbers’ invade the heartland” by Tim Rohwer Daily Nonpareil (Council Bluffs, Iowa) Aug. 19, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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