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 n.— «Big wooden blocks—both Meerbott and Coutu referred to them as “cribbing”—were placed beneath the truck chassis, followed by the airbag.» —“74-year-old woman hit by tractor-trailer” by Arthur Kimball-Stanley Providence Journal (R.I.) Mar. 26, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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