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drama priced
 v. phr.— «In the past six months or so, Lanham said, agents have started to use the term “drama priced”—signaling price cuts of at least $30,000—and have even splashed that term on for-sale signs.» —“Sales of homes in region on rise” by June Arney Baltimore Sun (Maryland) Feb. 10, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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