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iron ranger
 n.— «Assuming you don’t, just put in an Iron Ranger (locked pipe with envelope slot), some envelopes and a sign saying “Pay $5/overnite or get Denver-Booted.” » —“Re: Some basic questions?” by Pete Dumbleton Usenet: rec.outdoors.rv-travel Oct. 16, 2000. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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