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 n.— «Residents would have to use asphalt, cement, bricks or something called “turfcrete” for their new parking spots, and the spots would have to be perpendicular to the roadway instead of parallel.» —“Planners deadlock on looser yard-parking rules” by David Garrick North County TImes (Escondido, California) Aug. 12, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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