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 n.— «A railcar ride is not like a trip on any comfy old commuter train. That is actually one reason the railroads once used railcars, which are also called speeders, jiggers or putt-putts.» —“Putt-Putting Along the Rails” by Dave Caldwell New York Times Aug. 8, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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