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jafa

(ˈdʒæfə)
n
slang NZ an offensive name for a person from Auckland
[from j(ust) a(nother) f(ucking) A(ucklander)]
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THREE TO SEE | LABYRINTHE DE PONT-AVEN (one mile from camp): A monumental corn maze, pictured left, with a different theme each summer where actors (playing Aladdin, Genie and Jafa during our visit) set you challenges.
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