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 n.— «“I was wondering how my c5 would look with 20″ wheels on the back and 19″ on the front (as appose to 18 in back and 17 in front)” “You’re gonna put your vette on dubs, huh? Cool.”» —“Re: Bigger wheels on a C5” by Alex (webmaster@austinpaintball.com) Usenet: alt.autos.corvette Sept. 26, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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