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 n.— «Remember when we were out in the field and I couldn’t get any “D” rings for my ruck sack? And you told me if someone goes in on a dust-off to take them off their ruck? Well I did, thanks. They were on your ruck!» —by Mike Mancuso Letter Aug. 26, 1970. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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