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haji armor

haji armor
 n.— «In some cases, says Col. Andy Gembara, a former special operations commando and father of an Army captain who just finished an Iraq tour, local commanders are hiring Iraqis to update the vehicles. “They call it ‘haji’ armor, and I was glad to hear she had it.”» —“Frantically, the Army tries to armor Humvees” by Michael Moran MSNBC Apr. 15, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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