India-no-place
 n.— «Author Kurt Vonnegut called his hometown Indianapolis a cemetery with lights that came to life once a year for the Indianapolis 500. Frustrated by lack of night life, some residents termed it “India-no-place.”» —“Downtowns Subsidize Development, See Tax Returns” by David Devoss Investor’s Business Daily June 8, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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