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 adv.— «The only time the Zaragoza clubs made any sort of profit at all was during the run-up to Gulf War I. All the troops passing through on their way to Saudi Arabia (otherwise referred to as “down-range”) were confined to base while laid-over.» —“Rites, Rituals and Legends #18: The Club” by Sgt. Mom The Daily Brief May 3, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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