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Stinko de Mayo

Stinko de Mayo
 n.— «The 70,000 head here every year for the Mexican holiday “Cinco de Mayo.” Or as it is known locally “Drinko de Mayo.” And “Stinko de Mayo.”» —“Cup fever—sorta” by Terry Jones Edmonton Sun (Alberta, Canada) May 7, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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