Clue: Target of some humor in The New Yorker
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- Member of a traditional establishment
- Slender-bodied insect
- Mud dauber, e.g.
- Slender-waisted insect
- Insect in a colony
- One of a traditional elite
- Ethnic acronym
- Big stinger
- Nest builder in the eaves
Last Seen In:
- New York Times - February 13, 2003
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