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Posted: 6/4/2002 7:41:52 AM EST
Saturday, my Mom and I watched a LifeTime movie about an incident in North Carolina. Four boys were out "Clayping", and killed a seven month old baby. The practice involved throwing rocks at Amish buggies and such. The locals called the Amish "Clayps", and thus the name of the practice. My question is, does anyone know where the word "Clayps" originated for Amish people?
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