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 n.— «The colourless plaster will give way to a Dr Seuss-like menagerie of donkeys standing on top of each other. There are a few other creatures in the sketch; they look to be the animals the soldiers call geep, having yet to work out if they’re sheep or goats.» —“Kiwi forces bring aid to war-torn country” by David Fisher in Afghanistan New Zealand Herald (Auckland) Aug. 6, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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