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stork parking
 n.— «It would feature the strategies grocers already have used to provide better service. One of my favorites is the Stork Parking (for pregnant and new mothers) at Russo’s Stop-N-Shop in Cleveland Heights.» —“In The Market For Store Of My Dreams” by Toni Tipton-Martin Plain Dealer (Cleveland, Ohio) Mar. 9, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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