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cord cutter
 n.— «The trend of young US wireless users opting to disconnect their home phone lines in favor of wireless-only options is growing. These individuals, dubbed “cord cutters,” are taking consumer communications expectations to a whole new level.» —“In-Stat Report Shows Cord Cutting Population Growing” by Susan J. Campbell TMCnet Dec. 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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