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 n.— «There was little left in the bomb crater. The explosive had been placed inside a tiny roadside market—a “haji stand” in GI parlance—which was closed when the bomb went off.» —“Trolling for bombs” by John Koopman in Ramadi, Iraq San Francisco Chronicle (California) July 9, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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