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 n.pl.— «She was wearing loose jeans, a sleeveless white shirt unbuttoned to her sternum and an even larger amount of gold jewelry than usual. “I keep changing my sunnies,” she said as she fished in her Birkin bag for another pair of sunglasses. “When the light changes, you have to change your sunnies.”» —“Being Rachel Zoe” by Lynn Hirschberg New York Times Sept. 19, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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