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Slick Fruit: Apple’s iPod Is a Tasty Treat

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Slick. My New American Heritage dictionary defines slick as an adjective meaning “deftly executed.”

In the 1950s the LP changer was slick. Slap on a stack of wax and you’d have music for at least an hour and a half. Flip those suckers over and you’d be good for another 90 minutes.

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