v.— «Interior Dept. officials are expected to decide by July 23 whether to retain existing department policy on “cherrystemming” in Bureau of Land Management wilderness study areas (WSAs).… A cherrystem is a narrow strip of land with nonwilderness characteristics which extends into—but not all the way across—a WSA. Most cherrystems contain roads.» —“Interior Near Decision On ‘Cherrystemming’; Minerals Boost At Stake” Inside Energy/with Federal Lands July 13, 1981. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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