mini-dorm
 n.— «Victoria Gruber, a plaintiff and president of the Student Government Association at the University of Maryland, pointed out that the council’s “mini-dorm” law restricting the number of students in a rented house—which students and landlords fought—would not have passed had students carried enough clout on the council.» —“Students Win Potential Clout As College Park Settles Suit” by Lynne Varner Washington Post Nov. 1, 1990. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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