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 n.— «Snarge…The word is a combination of “snot” and “garbage.”…“It’s what’s left after a bird hits an airplane, goes through an engine. There are no feathers or any other kind of remains of the bird left except blood, guts.”» —“Identifying Bird Remains From Jets” Voxant Newsroom Jan. 4, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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