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PRODUCT OR ACTIVITY OF MAN

AT A GREEK MEAL IT IS AN INSULT IF YOU TURN YOUR GLASS UPSIDEDOWN,
THIS MEANS THAT YOU DO NOT LIKE THE MEAL.

Submitter comment: I FIND THIS VERY STRANGE, BUT I BELIEVE THAT IT IS TRUE. WHY WOULD
ANYONE WANT TO TURN THEIR GLASS UPSIDEDOWN ANYWAY ?

Where learned: MICHIGAN ; SOUTHGATE

James Callow Keyword(s): POSITION, DIRECTION

Subject headings: CUSTOM FESTIVAL -- Measure of time Eating For menu, see N222.
SPEECH -- Gesture

Date learned: 01-00-1979

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