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R:DCHP” in the Dictionary of Canadianisms on Historical Principles, W.J. Gage, 1967.

The following documentation is located at Template:R:DCHP/documentation. [edit]
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This template accepts one or two terms.

Some DCHP entries have to be entered manually. For example, Canuck has separate n. and adj. entries:

* {{R:DCHP|Canuck ((n.))|Canuck ((adj.))}}