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 n.— «On the Yakama reservation, each of the 60,000-plus plants confiscated last year had been watered individually through a drip irrigation system. “The amount of work that goes into these grows is tremendous.”» —“Washington state is weeding weed” by Shannon Dininny in Entiat, Wash. Salt Lake Tribune (Utah) Oct. 2, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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