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1. a trinket or bauble.
2. a gadget; device.
[1870–75, Amer.; gradational compound perhaps based on dial. dad piece, flake]
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Then when it is explained that the servers only get paid enough of a wage to cover taxes and have to rely on tips to pay bills, everyone comments on how [unfair] of a system that is and how restaurant managers and owners must be the biggest [jerks] ever to perpetuate this kind of system," doodads continued.
Michelle McCullough started Doodads Promotional Products when she was 19 and has spent the last 12 years working in marketing and advertising.
Trouble is, Morse and plenty of others are asking if ACS hasn't been able to get its act together on the rest of the computer system--which has been extended three times since the original 2007 deadline--how's it gonna be able to get its act together to figure out the managed care doodad, which wasn't part of the original plans?
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