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DMORT

DMORT
 n.— «I called someone to decode the DMORT code on a trash dumpster. It looked like it had been there a week.» —“Downtown” by Jacob Appelbaum in New Orleans Jacob Appelbaum’s weblog Sept. 11, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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