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suitcase college
 n.— «Dr. Pinkham said Connecticut had been one scene of the operations [of ] “suitcase colleges and vendors of harlequin diplomas.”» —“Nation Menaced by “Mountebank” Medical Colleges” in Chicago Bridgeport Telegram (Conn.) Mar. 19, 1925. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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