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 n.— «“You can’t take the city out of the yat, and you can’t take the yat out of the city,” said Frank Searle, a longtime Baton Rouge resident, using a slang term for New Orleanians derived from the local greeting, “Where y’at?”» —“In Baton Rouge, a Tinge of Evacuee Backlash” by Peter Applebome in Baton Rouge, La. New York Times Sept. 7, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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