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brownfield
 n.— «The legislation offers incentives for the public and private redevelopment of former industrial sites (some are contaminated—also known as brownfields) into new housing and economic development opportunities.» —“Turning Brownfields Green” by Jennifer Clare The North Brooklyn Community News Greenline (Brooklyn, N.Y.) Apr. 8—30, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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