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tablehooter

tablehooter
 n.— «In Germany cheap sounding electronic beginner keyboard instruments are called a “Tischhupe.” “Tisch” means table, “Hupe” is a car- or alarm horn, though the possibly best English translation for this nickname is a “tablehooter.”» —“The TableHooters modification FAQ” by Christian Oliver WarrantyVoid Nov. 8, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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