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Dust Off

Dust Off
 n.— «Between April, 1982, and April, 1963, some 35,000 allied casualties were evacuated from field areas by Dust Off.» —“Family Weekly: How Good is Dust Off?” by Heaton Port Arthur News (Texas) Oct. 23, 1966. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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