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teaser parking

teaser parking
 n.— «In one corner of the project, typically, there’s a Main Street for smaller mall stores, boutiques and Starbucks. Some have offices or condos upstairs. The street is lined with what’s called “teaser parking” so motorists drive a lap before realizing the empty spaces are in a vast lot out back.» —“The morphing of the mall” by Mark Albright St. Petersburg Times (Florida) June 6, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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