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 n.— «Once on the road to Aux Cayes we passed a tap-tap (a small pickup truck) wreck and there was a man laying in the road dead. I realized how the U.S. is so candy coated. They hide death there.» —“Haiti Teaches of Death, Life” by Paul Shell Daily Oklahoman (Oklahoma City) Mar. 13, 1985. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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