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salt pork  pork cured in salt; esp., fatty pork from the back, side, or belly of a hog. feral  savage; wild. furtive  done or acting in a stealthy manner, as if to hinder observation; surreptitious; stealthy;  sneaky. charlotte  a molded dessert consisting of an outer layer of strips of bread, cake, etc. and a filling as  of custard or cooked fruit. largo  slow and stately: a musical tempo. wool  short, thick, curly or crispy human hair. Mrs. Roosevelt  Eleanor Roosevelt 1884-1962; U.S. writer, social activist, and delegate at UN: wife  of President Franklin D. Roosevelt. spurious  not true or genuine; false; counterfeit. Uncle Natchell  cartoon mascot for a fertilizer product called Natural Chilean Nitrate of Soda;  advertisements for this product were in comic book or story form. National Recovery Act 
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Unformatted text preview: one of the measures by which President Franklin D. Roosevelt sought to assist the nation's economic recovery during the Great Depression. The act authorized an expenditure of $3.3 billion for an expansion of public works. Cotton Tom Heflin J. Thomas "Cotton Tom" Heflin was Secretary of the State of Alabama, a member of Congress from 1905 until 1920, and a U.S. senator from 1921 until 1931. Ladies' Law law from the criminal code of Alabama prohibiting the use of "abusive, insulting, or obscene language," especially around girls or women; punishable by up to $200 in fines, imprisonment in the county jail, or up to six months hard labor. divinity a soft, creamy kind of candy. Climber [Informal] a person who tries to advance socially or in business....
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