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car-pole incident

car-pole incident
 n.— «They also have customer service issues such as managing unexpected outages (e.g., what Abrahamson referred to as a “car-pole incident”).» —“Column2: BEAParticipate: Brian Abrahamson” by Sandy Kemsley ebizQ May 7, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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