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PLACE

THE LADY WOULD REMIND YOU, PLEASE, HER NAME IS NOT LOST
ANGIE LEES, NOR ANGIE ANYTHING WHATEVER. SHE HOPES HER
FRIENDS WILL BE SO CLEVER TO SHARE HER FIT HISTORIC PRIDE,
THE "G" SHALL NOT BE JELLIFIED. O LONG, G HARD, AND RHYME
WITH "YES." THAT'S ALL ABOUT LOSS ANG - EL - ESS.

Where learned: NOT GIVEN BY COLLECTOR

Subject headings: SPEECH -- Place

Date learned: 00-00-1940

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