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 n.— «Professionals in the insurance and lending industry are bracing themselves for all manner of similar situations, as homeowners either trash or simply leave their trash lying around their houses, often taking off without even claiming their furniture.…“We just estimated a trashout yesterday where we’re going to have to drain the pool,” one Fontana, Calif., resident posted on AgentsOnline.Net, a resource and idea site for realtors, “and the stench from it when you enter the backyard is overwhelming.”» —“Can’t Pay Your Mortgage? Trash Your House and Leave” by Scott Thill AlterNet Feb. 1, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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