air supply
 n.— «We thought you should be given a quick taste of the fiddles his Ugandan counterpart uncovered. For bagmen, brothels, bookmakers and bribes read “air supply.”» —“Regular Shorts” by Paola Totar Sydney Morning Herald (Australia) July 4, 1989. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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