less-than-a-hundred-mile-an-hour tape
 n.— «The regular tape is called less-than-a-hundred-mile-an-hour tape in the industry, and you use that for a lot of things short of the skin. This speed tape is specifically made for speeds a hundred miles an hour and more. That’s why they use on it the race cars.» —“The News With Brian Williams” MSNBC Dec. 4, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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