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rock doc

rock doc
 n.— «Then it will travel through another pipe 100 more miles to land, where it will be further processed and readied for distribution. That is, if the “rock docs” (the geologists) are right and there is a natural-gas deposit.» —“Rigtime Gal” by Emily Yoffe Slate June 4, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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