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 n.— «She also owns Dream Wings, a nearly 2-year-old company she started with her mother that raises and sells butterflies for weddings and parties. That’s the “trep” side of Kassidy—teen-age slang for “entrepreneur.”» —“The Kansas City Star, Mo., Kids and Business Column” by Steve Rosen Knight Ridder Tribune Business News Jan. 28, 2001. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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