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mayor’s cell

mayor’s cell
 n.— «I calmly called my Section Sergeant to let him know that there was a potentially poisonous snake in the tent and to warn my other teams members before they came in to relieve me. He panicked. The next thing I knew a civillian contractor showed up from the Mayor Cell (The guys who make sure that our living areas are… well… livable).» —“When I say mission…“ by David Shrauger Living Iraq Journal Jan. 16, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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