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Rocky and Bullwinkle

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishRocky and BullwinkleRocky and Bull‧win‧kle /ˌrɒki ənd ˈbʊlwɪŋkəl $ ˌrɑː-/  the main characters of a children's cartoon shown on US television, especially popular during the 1960s. Rocky is a clever squirrel who can fly and Bullwinkle is a large moose who is always doing stupid things. Many young adults also enjoyed the programme because it included clever jokes about society and politics, and a lot of puns (=jokes using words that sound similar but have different meanings).
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