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Michigan U-turn

Michigan U-turn
 n.— «The mere proposal to eliminate the planned overpass in favor of what’s called a “Michigan U-turn” system sparked outrage by West Beaches and Beaches resident groups and elected officials who waged a campaign to defeat the proposed ordinance.» —“Relief that overpass opposition put to rest” by Drew Dixon The Beaches Shorelines (Jacksonville Beach, Florida) Sept. 15, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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