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forever stamp
 n.— «The “forever” stamp went on sale last week with an opening-day ceremony at the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. The stamp, which carries an image of the Liberty Bell, sells for 41 cents and remains valid regardless of future rate increases.» —“Market wrap” The State (Columbia, South Carolina) Apr. 15, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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