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sidewalk alumni
 n.pl.— «A cheering, singing throng of 5,000 students, alumni, faculty, and sidewalk alumni braved 20 degree cold to crowd Boston’s south terminal.» —“Boston Leaves Star Back Home From Bowl Trip” in Boston, Massachusetts Chicago Daily Tribune Dec. 27, 1939. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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