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Unformatted text preview: the first half of the 8th century, A.D. Bloomingdale's a popular, Manhattan-based department store. boardwalk a walk, often made of wood and elevated, placed along a beach or seafront. bourgeois of or characteristic of a person whose beliefs, attitudes, and practices are conventionally middle-class. bridge any of various card games, for two pairs of players, that developed from whist. Broadway street running north and south through New York City, known as the center of the city's main theater and entertainment section. Brown Betty a baked apple pudding made with butter, spices, sugar, and bread crumbs. bunk talk that is empty, insincere, or merely for effect. scraggy-looking lean; bony; skinny. shadow punches sparring with an imaginary opponent, especially in training as a boxer....
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