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Texas dip

Texas dip
 n.— «As they make their appearance on stage at the Waldorf, they are expected to execute a special, hyper-extended curtsy known as “the Texas dip,” which, because of its popularity, is something that even some non-Texan debutantes are wont to try.» —“Gowns, Hair Spray and the Texas Dip: Debutante Season” by Eric Konigsberg New York Times Dec. 28, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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