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single desk
 n.— «Farmers would once again be agitating for single-desk selling to get out from under the exploitive and greedy attitude of those who seek to make a fortune while performing no meaningful function.» —“Support sought for wheat board” in Regina, Saskatchewan Globe and Mail (Toronto, Can.) Nov. 19, 1981. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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