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 n.— «With the help of postings on MySpace, word of mouth and Portland DJ Sew What (Fran Siriphan), a DJ and club booker who came on board about a month ago, Barry’s weekly gig has been able to showcase different female DJs each week (often called “she-jays”).» —“It’s our turn” by Jay Farbman Oregonian (Portland) Aug. 25, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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