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Some ideas about the phrase here
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LBoswell wrote:
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  <div>Just curious as to any interpretations of the phrase "shirttail
cousins".&nbsp; I've had an excellent answer on TheoryGen but wondering if
the phrase has different meanings in different locations?</div>
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