Pap  

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"Scorned and ridiculed as feather-lite, escapist pap when it emerged in the mid-seventies, and now reduced to a kitsch scenario of Afro wigs, polyester suits and drunken singalongs at office Christmas parties and bachelor weekends, disco is just about the last place anyone would look for avant garde practice." --Peter Shapiro, The Wire Magazine, Feb 2003.

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  1. Food in the form of a soft paste, often a porridge, especially as given to very young children.
  2. Nonsense.
  3. Porridge.
  4. Support from official patronage.
  5. The pulp of fruit.





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