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iron ranger

iron ranger
 n.— «The hike-in trail campsites are $2 per night, in advance (payable at the “iron ranger” posts at the trailheads).» —“Exploring California’s “Lost Coast’” by Paul McHugh San Francisco Chronicle May 21, 1990. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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