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“Cant is thus the idiom of a vernacular tradition embedded in the "flash crib," the place where flash talk, or cant, is spoken.”
“The word Cant is rather from cantare, as a chanting whine, than from the Andrew cants, father and son, of Charles the Second's time.”
“Weather, Jan. 3 and 4, 1854 -- Star of Bethlehem -- Origin of the Word "Cant" -- Epigram on Four Lawyers 103”
“Hillary Is Not Going To Be On The Ticket, Mccain Cant Compete With Obama On Any Level, Real Hillary Supporters Will Back Obama, And Macma Will Be The Next President!”
“The word Cant is rather from 'cantare', as a chanting whine, than from the Andrew Cants, father and son, of Charles the Second's time.] *****”
“Mons Jovis, to the city called Cant Guic, and to the western Tumulus, that is, to Cruc Occident.”
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“Cant," the earliest term for slang in English, refers to the specialized jargon of the criminal underworld, employed by thieves, beggars, prostitutes, and vagabonds.”
“Lady Katrine welcoming her victims -- her unsuspicious victims -- he slid off to the friends round the tea-table to learn from "Cant" what "Scandal" had been telling.”
“Cant wait for archery season to start, and good luck to everyone, regardless of what you choose to carry in the field.”
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