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music bus
 n.— «If this sample indeed reflects what is happening at the national level, then we have a fairly substantial number, 15 per cent or so, of young girls and boys with raging hormones seeing what’s likely to be highly sexually suggestive music videos as they ride the buses or taxis. I am told by the adolescents that music buses, as they call them, are very popular among young persons.» —“Females can help put music videos meaning in context” by Marcia Forbes Jamaica Observer (Kingston) Dec. 2, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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