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 v. phr.— «Twenty cars were ordered off the road in Christchurch last night in a citywide crackdown on boyracers. Mr Pullen says of the 20, 15 were what police term pink-stickered, which means they could seriously injure those in the vehicle and others on the road.» —“Police pelted in Christchurch” Newstalk ZB (Auckland, New Zealand) Mar. 9, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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