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kiss and ride

kiss and ride
 n.— «I believe we are going to have co-ordination between automobiles and rapid transit.…It will be park and ride or kiss and ride—where the wife takes the husband to the rapid transit line and kisses him good-by.» —“Transit Plan Agreement Smoked Out” Los Angeles Times Jan. 20, 1956. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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