India-no-place
 n.— «Hardly anybody writes odes to Indianapolis. No Sandburg or Gershwin has ever praised the Midwestern city’s hard American beauty. No bustling metropolis, that town; no seething cauldron of culture. Instead, folks mockingly called it “India-no-place.”» —“‘India-no-place’ No More” by Jacob V. Lamar Jr. Time June 11, 1984. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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