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dipstick survey
 n.— «GLR said that four months after it launched the new service in the capital, a dipstick survey showed it had an average daily audience of 170,000 people.» —“LBC (Crown) Takes Issue With BBC Demand Claim” Broadcast Mar. 31, 1989. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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