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animal droppings as "hoo hah." Can I take it you are using the term
the same way? In context, that would certainly seem appropriate.
--Inquiring minds want to know...
From: <kathleen -at- writefortheuser -dot- com>
If it works for your company and you're happy with it, I don't
understand all the hoo hah.
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