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 n.— «Ask any disposable-addicted mother (“dispis” or “sposies” as we superior mums call them) about her impression of cloth nappies, and you will get some guff about pins, terries and boiling them on the stove.» —“Real nappies—the bottom line” by Isabel Berwick Financial Times (United Kingdom) June 4, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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