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kiss and ride

kiss and ride
 n.— «Thirty years ago, the region was pretty much contained inside the Capital Beltway, and planners thought commuters would be mostly guys, who would ride the bus to Metro stations or be delivered by spouses to “Kiss and Ride” lots.» —“At Metro Parking Lots, Car Wars” by Alice Reid Washington Post Apr. 2, 1999. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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