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scenick
 v.— «In model train lingo, “scenicking” is the term for creating terrain and landscape around a railway layout. On Saturday, all the props imaginable were on display for the avid scenicker—rock outcroppings, pine trees, fine turf that comes in a plastic bottle.» —“Small is big in model trains” by Georgina Gustin St. Louis Post-Dispatch (Mo.) Nov. 26, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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