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Smith has observed that anti-vaccine sentiment transformed from what she thought was “a fringe belief” into common parlance over the summer.
In retail parlance, luxury-goods sales have been “underpenetrated” online, but the pandemic is changing that.
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 vulgar parlance this book is not your own or our own, but "yourn" or "ourn," or it may be "hisn" or "hern."
SHOWELL'S DICTIONARY OF BIRMINGHAMTHOMAS T. HARMAN AND WALTER SHOWELL
A filler, be it known, in technical parlance means that portion of the tobacco of which the inside of the cigar is made.
In common parlance, the word Suyu was dropped, and the termination a in Anta was converted into is.
He touched nothing but what in commercial parlance is termed 'gilt-edged,' and of this he purchased almost daily for thirty years.
Then came the leadsman's long-drawn chant, once so familiar, the monotonous repeating in river parlance of the depths of water.

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