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kiss-and-cry booth

kiss-and-cry booth
 n.— «Without a coach, Kwan pulled her father Danny into the “kiss-and- cry” booth where they waited for her marks.» —“Kwan closer to gold Wins short program” by Joe Donatelli Cincinatti Post (2B) Jan. 11, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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