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 n.Note: Also sometimes spelled “meteowrong.” «Nicklin said many people often mistake common terrestrial rocks for the kind that fall from outer space. He refers to them as “meteorwrongs.”» —“Bring Us Your Meteorites Or ‘Meteorwrongs’: ROM Experts Inspect Your Amazing Finds” by Shawne McKeown CityNews (Toronto, Canada) Aug. 7, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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