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 n.Gloss: snow. Note: The long form is “nar nar.” «Come winter, when (or if) snow blankets the temperate zone, the Wesleyan Ski Team will hit the slopes to “shred the nar,” as they say in ski jargon.» —“Students take to the outdoors for sports off the beaten track” by Abe Bobman in Wesleyan University Wesleyan Argus (Middletown, Connecticut) Dec. 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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