n.— «A $60 million road project, which in late 2006 replaced the notorious Sagamore rotary with a straight stretch of highway heading over the Sagamore Bridge and onto the Cape.…The figures indicate that the new roadway—often called “the flyover”—seems to be especially effective in the peak months of June, July, and August, when the rich, the connected, and the fortunate flock to the Cape.» —“Cape Cod trip just sails with Sagamore ‘flyover’” by Keith O’Brien in Bourne Boston Globe (Massachusetts) Aug. 2, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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