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- was later sampled for the hit single "[[Wear Sunscreen#Baz Luhrmann version|Everybody's Free (To Wear Sunscreen]]".
I've undone this edit. Probably nearly all of the words in the list are dialect-specific. The article comments on that fact. It also comments on the fact that some are used only in specialized fields (e.g. "transpose" as a noun with the stress on the first syllable). Michael Hardy (talk) 16:10, 5 March 2014 (UTC)