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flag annexation

flag annexation
 n.— «Blair Mayor Jim Realph said the city’s original plan was to annex just a narrow corridor along the highway to get to the subdivision (flag annexation, he termed it—annexing a narrow strip, the “pole,” to get to a larger piece, the “flag”).» —“Disputed annexation OK’d” by Doug Barber Pilot-Tribune & Enterprise (Blair, Nebraska) Aug. 11, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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