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From the Spanish, mural, meaning wall. Infinite Jest, David Foster Wallace. "Several times also Marathe called U.S.A to Steeply "Your walled nation" or "Your mutated nation". The Where, historically, the word comes from (from the Latin [])


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Sandbox (plural Sandboxs)

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    • 1984, Judith Collins, Just Testing, rev. edition, Campbelltown, N.S.W.: Hearsay Publications, ISBN 978-0-949252-07-4, page 10:

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