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hundred mile an hour tape

hundred mile an hour tape
 n.— «During the attempted abduction, the offender used three different types of tape: silver insulation tape for her face, duct tape for her legs and hundred mile an hour tape for her hand restraints.» —“How Joanne was tied up with homemade cuffs” by Edith Bevin Northern Territorian (Australia) Mar. 22, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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