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barmuda triangle

barmuda triangle
 n.— «Free Internet access has been made available locally at Macleod’s and Preservation Pub on Market Square and, most recently, the Downtown Grill and Brewery on Gay Street, installations locals refer to as the “barmuda triangle.”» —“Since Wi-Fi’s nigh, some businesses try to take advantage of it; so far, OK; most love it” by Larisa Brass Knoxville News-Sentinel (Kentucky) July 20, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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