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green cardboard
 n.— «Kris Van Haitsma’s selection on the co-op site will change depending on what’s ready. But you won’t ever find iceberg lettuce—or green cardboard as Steve Van Haitsma’s grandpa referred to it.» —“Take a trip to the farmers market… online” by Jaye Beeler Grand Rapids Press (Michigan) Jan. 24, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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