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Fedders house

Fedders house
 n.— «Last year, a group took to the streets to protest the loss of their homes to condominiums and co-ops—buildings they have labeled “Fedders houses” after the air-conditioning units that protrude from the outside walls.» —“Bay Ridge: Fighting the Fedders Houses” by Paul Berger Gotham Gazette: Community Gazette for District 43 (New York City) Feb. 7, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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