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  1. From our crowdsourced Open Dictionary
    someone who digitally records everything that happens to them all the time
    Lifeloggers, as they're called, record their faces, text, audio, even biological data from sensors on their bodies over a period of time and then share them with the public.
    Submitted from United Kingdom on 20/03/2012


a meal served in the evening which consists of foods traditionally eaten at breakfast

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