Haji Mart
 n.— «Outside the base, soldiers freely shopped at a marketplace set up by Iraqis (derisively called “Haji Marts” by soldiers) that sold everything from alcohol to bootleg DVDs to bayonets.» —“Commando Correspondents” by Brita Brundage Fairfield County Weekly (Conn.) Dec. 2, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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