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pouring rights
 n.pl.— «The American Academy of Pediatricians, for example…several years ago came out with a pretty strongly-worded statement as to why…these sole source pouring rights as they were called were a bad thing, and the reasons are tied up with sugar’s role in the obesity epidemic.» —“Fewer sugary soft drinks may produce slimmer students” by Dave Gershman Ann Arbor News (Mich.) Aug. 28, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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