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ramp rash

ramp rash
 n.— «In Philadelphia, a Southwest Airlines 737 was damaged when a baggage loader banged into one of its engines. Airline accidents on the ground are so common that aviation experts have a term for them: “ramp rash.”» —“Alaska isn’t the only airline with ground-safety troubles” by David Bowermaster Seattle Times (Wash.) Jan. 20, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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