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 v. phr.— «He and the majority of those at the dinner share the point of view of Bobby Richardson and Al Rowe, salesmen at two of the “tote-a-note” lots selling automobiles on easy terms along Victory Drive in Columbus, Ga.» —“Candidates find South well worth fighting for” by Tom Baxter Atlanta Journal and Constitution (Georgia) Aug. 23, 1992. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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