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tote a note
 v. phr.— «Atlanta Highway is home to a number of what are often referred to as “tote a note” used car lots. These dealerships carry older and less expensive used vehicles and offer in-house financing.» —“New tag law puts a dent in used car sales: ‘Tote a note’ lots suffer as Hispanic buyers balk” by Harris Blackwood Gainesville Times (Georgia) Aug. 19, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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