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GWS Lexicon: Persistent drumbeat for dope continues
To Billy Joe Fudge, Wordmeister, of the glaringly omissive Great Wood South Lexicon:
My father (1911-1997), a refugee from the wilds of western Pulaski County who in the early 1930s sought surcease from sorrow within the comforting confines of the Sacred Triangle, referred to soft drinks as "dope" to his dying day. -"Jim"CM supports this word. If it's good enough for Royville and the Sacred Triangle, it ought to be good enough for Billy Joe Fudge
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