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 n.— «A Mexican runs the sushi counter at Midori, the anchor of an Asian strip on the Northwest Side, molding seaweed, rice and fish with effortless speed. Mexican sushi chefs have become so commonplace that they now have their own Spanish name: sushero.» —“A foot in the kitchen door” by Oscar Avila, Antonio Olivo Chicago Tribune Nov. 26, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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