third shift
 n.— «UNGER: Well, what happens is that if there’s a third shift that’s taking place inside one of the factories… this allows them to make 100 pairs of shoes authorized for XYZ Company and then at night, make another 200 pairs for themselves and push them out as legitimate products.» —“GenuOne—CEO” by Ali Velshi CNNfn Dec. 26, 2001. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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