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shack
 v.— «“Quite often you can lose a few,” says Morse. “Somebody having a cookout or something, they’ll grab a few or haul a few traps.” It’s such a common occurrence that locals have a name for it: “shacking gear.”» —“Hot Lobsters” by Stacey Chase, Bill Porter in Maine Boston Globe (Mass.) Jan. 1, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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