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five-hole
 n.— «Continuing what appears to be a theme of catching up on series that have slid through the five-hole, as they say in hockey—why not discover two truly great series now flying undetected on the TV radar?» —“Forget about Brian. Catch up on shows worth remembering” by Tim Goodman San Francisco Chronicle (California) Apr. 17, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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