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un complet
 n.— «Each told the court they gave Cloutier “un complet”—fellatio and intercourse, in hooker parlance—at his Beauport home. » —“Teen hookers’ client attempted to avoid testifying in open court” by Allison Hanes Montreal Gazette (Can.) May 5, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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