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power wall
 n.— «Along with the covering, the new rules prohibit tobacco advertising in stores that usually comes in the form of large racks or displays of tobacco products and signs, which are sometimes referred to as power walls.» —“Out of sight, out of mind?” by Tammy Scott-Wallace Telegraph-Journal (Saint John, New Brunswick Canada) Jan. 2, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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