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Thread: Abracan

    • Join Date: Jun 2003
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    Suppose the town of Abraca were a really high-class
    residence area and suppose we called such people
    who look Abraca residents as 'Abracans'.
    Do you actually use such a word? The person need
    not be living in that area. It's OK if SHE looked
    like so.
    Thank you.

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    Re: Abracan

    You could- in the UK we say 'Sloans' from Sloane Square.

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    Re: Abracan

    Oh, I see. It's a rich place, right?


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