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American General Audiences: used for saying that a film is suitable for anyone to watch. The British word is U.
British universal: used for saying that a film is suitable for people of any age to watch. The American word is G
a combination of a hotdog and a hamburger in a specially designed bread bunBuzzWord Article
high-level diplomats meeting and dining in an informal environment e.g. a party or clubadd a word
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