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teaser parking
 n.— «Because of the definition of the new urbanism concept, the architecture of the theater had to be redesigned into creating one entrance in the front with teaser parking, and then creating a separate entrance in the back, where the majority of the parking is located.» —“Newsmaker Of The Year: A UNIQUE THEATER” by Katy Rent Grand Rapids Business Journal (Michigan) Jan. 21, 2002. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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