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Haji Mart

Haji Mart
 n.— «After the bomb was found last week in the restaurant, the U.S. Embassy issued a security advisory to Green Zone residents, urging them to avoid the restaurant and the bazaar, known in the compound as Haji Mart.» —“Suicide Blasts Kill 6 Inside Iraq Safe Area” by Edmund Sanders in Baghdad, Iraq Los Angeles Times Oct. 15, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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