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line ditching

line ditching
 v.— «Steve complained about drivers who zip down the right-hand merge lane and then expect to cut in front of “good bee” drivers who have been waiting patiently in the left-hand through-lane.…Ken, who moved to the area from New Jersey , wonders why people think a driver is “line ditching” when he attempts to merge into traffic at the end of the lane.» —“Reader shares a different view on traffic etiquette” by Jane Duckwall Charlotte Observer (North Carolina) Apr. 16, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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