jingle truck
 n.— «High-axled trucks rumbled past—loaded mostly with firewood—painted in bright, fanciful designs and hung with hundreds of metal bangles that spurred U.S. troops to dub them “jingle trucks.”» —“An invisible enemy still lurks” by Jay Price in Paktia Province, Afghanistan Raleigh News & Observer (N.C.) May 26, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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