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 n.— «We have the “bolters” and the “browsers.” The bolters just want to come in for a quick look around, so if they just sit there and do nothing else but have a look at the eight minute film, that will give them a pretty good summary of the history of motoring in Queensland. » —“Bulldust to Bitumen and Beyond” by Jodie van de Wetering in Wide Bay, Queensland ABC (Australia) Jan. 30, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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