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Rockaway, in surfing parlance, is a left-handed beach break, or jetty break.
It’s yet another lesson in the virtues of patience—in investor parlance, the buy-and-hold strategy.
Or, to put it in their own parlance, DTC startups like to follow in the footsteps of Amazon, and declare themselves customer-obsessed.
In Broadway parlance, Bohemia means newspaper and theatrical people.
A combe, in west of England parlance, is a deep, ravinelike valley.
IN UNFAMILIAR ENGLANDTHOMAS DOWLER MURPHY
In the parlance of the Lieutenant, the old horse was indeed "a ripper."
"Flagged" is a word which is not so clear, although it has been taken from the railroader's parlance.
Parlance, pr′lans, n. speaking: conversation: peculiar manner of conversation.
"They," in the parlance of the Dossons, now never meant anything but the Proberts in congress assembled.
THE REVERBERATORHENRY JAMES
The place they were now in was a very steep, chimney-like rock gully, such as would be known in Alpine parlance as a ‘couloir.’

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