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THE WORD WAS "CHERRY" WHICH MEANT EITHER "NEW AND
UNTOUCHED OR THE BEST OR FINEST."

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USED AS AN ADJECTIVE.

Where learned: CALIFORNIA

James Callow Keyword(s): SEXUAL CONNOTATION?

Subject headings: SPEECH -- Formula

Date learned: 00001967 SUMMER

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THE WORD WAS "TITS," WHICH WAS USED AS AN ADJECTIVE TO
DESCRIBE SOMETHING AS VERY GOOD, MUCH BETTER THAN
AVERAGE.

Where learned: CALIFORNIA

James Callow Keyword(s): SEXUAL CONNOTATION?

Subject headings: SPEECH -- Formula

Date learned: 00001967 SUMMER

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