n.— «Other exhibits at the gallery were a 1,500-square-foot transparent map showing the locations of Sanitation Department offices; three piles of televisions on which videotapes of sanitation workers were shown, and an old, department-section office furnished in “mongo,” discarded furniture salvaged by sanitation men.» —“Sanitation Art Showings Brighten Workers’ Image” by James Brooke New York Times Sept. 10, 1984. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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