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  • r  with rapid movements

  • From the urgent chop-chop of a loudspeaker in a nearby village, Adams could tell that his landing had been spotted and that a search party was being organized.
  • In Paris the exiles can gather in any one of some 200 Vietnamese chop-chop houses, ranging from a Communist bistro called Uncle Ho's, to a hangout called the Gathering Place of .

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