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hurricane hole
 n.— «Antigua is, in sailor’s parlance, a “hurricane hole,” which sheltered the ships of Britain’s great naval hero, Admiral Horatio Nelson.» —“Sand ‘n’ sugar” by Betsa Marsh Indiana Star (Indianapolis) Dec. 30, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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