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07/17/05 04:47 PM 07/17/05 04:47 PM
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Vermont Buffalo Shrdlu
here's what the Oxford had to say about gilet:
• noun (pl. gilets pronunc. same) a light sleeveless padded jacket.
— ORIGIN French, ‘waistcoat’, from Turkish.
formerly known as etaoin...
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