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 n.— «“Donks” are the street name for 1970s land barges like Caprices and Cadillacs, riding on 22-inch-plus wheels. The 1980s versions, including Regals, Cutlasses and Crown Vics, are called “boxes.”» —“Donks, Boxes & Bubbles” by Scott Blair Review Online (Akron, Ohio) Jan. 10, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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