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Dixie

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishDixieDix‧ie /ˈdɪksi/ noun informal  SANthe southern states of the US that fought against the northern states in the Civil War
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DixieDixie and the breadhead pause at the bottom, then turn to face each other. Dixie wipes a raindrop from his brow.I step from the car. Dixie climbs out to join me, but Carmichael stays inside.But he smells of citrus. Dixie the minder is in the front seat, driving.They trot lightly down the path on the other side of the dip. Dixie waits for them to pass.The sound of the four doors clunking is like rifle-bolts slamming home. Dixie says to follow him.But I have to do it. Dixie lies so still and bloody that I don't need to touch him.At the Dixie Dude, I spent my time between riding in the hills and just sitting on the porch doing nothing.My stomach muscles are tight. Dixie and the breadhead pause at the bottom, then turn to face each other.
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