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 n.— «Some of our pilots satisfy their nostalgia by rat racing with Canadian[s]…from another base.» —“Remote Radar Stations Keep Air Force ‘Cocked’” by Joseph A. Dear in Germany Michigan Evening Sentinel (Holland, Mich.) Nov. 15, 1955. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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