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 n.— «El Paso Corp. drilled another dry hole—which the industry calls a “duster”—just 200 feet from the six-year old Amoco hole.» —“The BLM wields fork and spatula over the West’s wildlands” by Matt Jenkins The Vail Trail (Colo.) Jan. 13, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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