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barmuda triangle

barmuda triangle
 n.— «DeVerniero opened Pauly’s Pub & Grill at 119 N. Broadway in February 1997, saying that the six bars in a two block “barmuda triangle” downtown would feed off each other and foster night life in the downtown.» —“DeVerniero ends role in bar business” by Jan Falstad Billings Gazette (Montana) June 8, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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