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  • adj. Alternative capitalization of Cajun


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  • But the suave cajun is made for all kinds of comedy.

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  • I saute the fish in cajun seasoning, add the eggs & some hot sauce -- roll it up & you're good to go.

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  • I am fairly certain that there is another subspecies in the deepest part of Louisiana, most certain a mix between "cajun" and "hipster".

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  • The accent makes it tough - remember Dennis Quaid murdering "cajun" in The Big Easy?

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  • Did me up my hillbilly marinade, olive oil, fresh lemons, onion powder and some non-descript collection of "cajun" spicy salts.

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  • Again, the Grange sued to invalidate Locke's veto and named the Secretary of State as a co-defendant because the Sec of State is supposed to implement the "cajun" top two primary.

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  • Zoom forward to modern history where the WA State Legislature passed a new primary called the "cajun" primary a modified but legal top two system.

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  • I had never eaten crawfish in my life, but I can't turn down anything with "cajun" in its description.

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  • When I was young in the 70s and early 80s, I do not even remember hearing the word "cajun" used in reference to anything.

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  • With roots deep in our Mexican heritage to the south, ragin 'cajun' cousins to the east, lonesome cowboy and plainsmen to our north and west, Texas music has a distinctive sound.



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