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sorta Rican

sorta Rican
 adj.— «But of all the film’s non-character characters, food remains the most enticing—so much so, in fact, that Arkansas audiences might be inspired to seek out similar dishes at restaurants the film’s characters might describe as “sorta Rican,” a colloquialism for Americanized Puerto Ricans.» —“Food is character in Nothing” by Kyle Brazzel in Los Angeles NWANews.com Dec. 7, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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