tip-on
 n.— «One firm has taken the whole back page; another is featured on the spine. A refrigerator magnet—or “tip-on,” in BellSouth parlance—is adhered to the front.» —“Attorneys favor high-visibility advertising” by Richard Prior Financial News & Daily Record (Jacksonville, Florida) Aug. 11, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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