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MOOP
 n.— «We want to hand out plastic mugs w/ our camp location on them as an invitation for people to come back to drink tea w/ us and hang out. Much better than flyers which are likely to end up as MOOP (Matter Out Of Place) which is an important consideration in a Leave No Trace environment.» —“Tearing the house apart” by Tamara (tmonsta) LiveJournal for Tamara (Portland, Oregon) Aug. 8, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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