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customer of size

customer of size
 n.— «“Since 1980, Southwest Airlines has encourages customers of size to purchase a second seat, if required. Our suggestion,” quoting the airline, “for the greatest advantage to the customer of size is to plan ahead and purchase two seats at an advance-purchase fare.”» —“Inside Politics: Suicide Bombings in Mideast Prompt Israelis to Occupy More Territory” by Judy Woodruff CNN June 19, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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