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 n.— «The facilities, just a planner’s dream now, are from what are known in bureaucratese as “skatedots” which are described as “small skateable elements along paths as part of streetscapes or in parks,” to full scale regional skate facilities “similar in size to Little League or football field, more than 30,000 square feet.” In between is a “skatespot, similar in size to a tennis court and a “district” facility the size of two tennis courts.» —“Skateboard sites up for debate Thursday night” by Jack Mayne West Seattle Herald (Washington) Oct. 3, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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