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100-mile-an-hour tape

100-mile-an-hour tape
 n.— «To compensate for the darkness we attached chemical glow sticks to the stakes contained in the pit. We used duck tape, also known as “100 Mile an Hour Tape,” to secure the glow sticks. I guess you can chalk that up as another use for the versatile product.» —“Even in Iraq, everyday life can become mundane” Niles Daily Star (Michigan) Jan. 27, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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