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sidewalk alumni

sidewalk alumni
 n.pl.— «I think the fan base at Vanderbilt was just great. Tennessee dominates the state, so you had to be a great fan at Vanderbilt. I was interested that Vandy had so many sidewalk alumni, and terrific support.» —“VandyMania Interview: Paul Eells” by BrentVU Scout.com May 27, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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