deer stand
 n.— «Security at the plant Friday wasn’t as obvious as in the days soon after 9/11 when checkpoints were set up on the outer perimeter and unauthorized visitors were not permitted onsite. However, today there are what are informally referred to as “deer stands” every few yards. Pinkerton guards man the stands around the clock.» —“Security still tight at BF plant” by Karen Middleton News Courier (Athens, Alabama) Apr. 11, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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