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spang
 v.— «One demoralizing aspect of the “scene” is the apparent lack of responsibility demonstrated by an increasing number of tourheads—I mean, spanging at the third show of the tour?» —“Red Rocks notes” by DownerMan Usenet: rec.music.phish June 11, 1995. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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