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Barmuda Triangle

Barmuda Triangle
 n.— «“Think of all the empty parking spaces at Perry’s and the Bermuda Triangle.”…Or, as a friend calls it, the BARmuda Triangle. For latecomers, that’s at Fillmore and Greenwich, where people disappear overnight if they don’t watch out.» —“So It’s Monday—So?” by Herb Caen San Francisco Chronicle Oct. 7, 1985. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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