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sunflowers
 n.pl.— «I knew a 10 was often called “sunflowers” or “double nickels,” but “Venus and Mars” or “Tennessee Tottie?”» —“Deciphering the Language of Craps” by Linda Mabry Casino City Times Apr. 7, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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