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In a conversation, the tendency to casually drop the name of a famous person that you know only obliquely.
Typical example of "New Yorker's Disease: "I ran into Harrison Ford today!" Reason not said - they were filming a movie on street in front of his/her place of work.
by greenlite350 August 12, 2012
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