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Definition of arvo

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Definitions include: a venue that opens after or remains open after the sale of alcohol ends.
Definitions include: a person who follows someone else, usually acting or talking like them or constantly with them.
Definitions include: semen.
Definitions include: The process of removing the tags from items one has purchased, such as clothes, stuffed animals, furniture.
Definitions include: to be skeptical about.
Definitions include: more fly.
Definitions include: Done to the nth degree; complete; full of good effort.
Definitions include: a person or organization that surrenders.
Definitions include: the loud repetition of a speaker's words by members of a crowd, such that the speaker's words are audible over a longer distance.
Definitions include: in a debate, to take the opposing side.

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