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Stephen King used the term in the first story “Mile 81” in The Bazaar of Bad Dreams. I guess it’s either a spelling error, or more likely he didn’t want to use the actual Nazi word, so as to not offend those of a Jewish persuasion, or to have the word linked to his name in a google search. Maybe. (He also used the term swat-sticker, so, there’s that too...)
“The Beeb’s teeth had been blacked out, and someone had added a Notzi swat-sticker tattoo to one cheek.”

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The Bazaar of Bad Dreams
Stephen King
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by Paco Montabahn July 21, 2018
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