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 n.— «The government has apprehension that ban on arrack sale might trigger of seconds and thirds in liquor trade. (Seconds in excise parlance means non-duty paid liquor and thirds is cheap quality liquor).» —“State all set ban arrack from July 1″ in Bangalore Udayavani (Manipal, Karnataka, India) June 7, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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