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 n.— «Crooks who want cars are looking for “bullets,” credit industry slang for people with the highest rating. Car salespeople fall all over themselves to make the sale and miss obvious clues, he said.» —“Identity thieves stealing attention” by Dan Feldstein Houston Chronicle (Texas) June 28, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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