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  • n. Plural form of canoodler.


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  • It's spring in Shoreline --very much so, and the park is filled with elderly people sitting and feeling the breeze, children playing, families having a pizza picnic dinner and canoodlers canoodling.

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  • There is also a glass window into the eggs, Mr. Pynn said, where canoodlers "can actually see the bubbling activity of the digestion process taking place."

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  • I think back to that couple on the stairs, and to a couple of two-women, one-man tables I saw over the months in the dining room, and to the behavior of some canoodlers in the bar and to some 15 years now of experiencing Mr. Chodorow's immensely profitable and often quite enjoyable brand of sticky-hot-sweet food and patrons at Asia de Cubas and China Grills and elsewhere, and here's what I want to know:

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