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tri-tip
 n.— «The “Science at the Lake” event will feature barbecue (tri-tip and hot dogs), live music by Threshold, a silent auction, door prizes and fun hands-on science exhibits.» —“Regional Roundup: Scientists invited to ‘Science at the Lake’” Lodi News-Sentinel (California) Sept. 2, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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