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#75686 - 07/10/02 12:29 PM Re: De Luxe "Fanfare"
Loc: Rio Grande, Cape May County, N...
Though I usually use deluxe, I've seen De Luxe used, especially in referring to items on a dinner menu (I.E. Crab Imperial De Luxe). Hmmm...now I'm wondering if there's a precedent for beverage size...whether it's usually deluxe or De Luxe, as in small, medium, large, de...? Dr. Bill's example does handily clarify the distinction between the two.
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