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 n.— «The north Arlington resident commutes several days per week to his job as a Coppell police officer on a two-stroke scooter.…By car, Wheeler’s 42-mile round-trip commute costs about $6 a day—but on the “scoot,” as he calls it, the tab is only about $1.25 a day.» —“Happy to commute on a scooter” by Gordon Dickson Star-Telegram (Fort Worth, Texas) Sept. 11, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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