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 n.— «I guess it’s another sign of age that I’m no longer willing to jam into a far-too-crowded bar or hall to see the latest bands do their thing. If I’m going to a show, it’ll be at a soft-seater, and an act that has enough hits to keep me occupied for a couple of hours.» —“Concert stirred up memories” by John Derringer Toronto Sun (Can.) Oct. 14, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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