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whickerbill
 n.— «News From Our Whickerbill Correspondent. Goat Gap, Illinois, Speshul to Indedepenent. It if twernt for Nudge Squat sayin what Nudge said to the Thumpit twins, Nudge would soon be at his spring plowin.» —“News From Our Whickerbill Correspondent” by Bill Pucker Independent (Murphysboro, Illinois) Jan. 28, 1948. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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