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 n.— «Another booster sprinkled on the tea estates is the decision to ease lease-rental payments—salami in industry parlance—that have impeded the revival of ailing gardens and choked fresh investments in the industry. Firms pay Rs 9,000 per hectare on lease renewals.» —“Cess melts in Bengal tea potion” The Telegraph (Calcutta, India) Jan. 14, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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