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wang rang

wang rang
 n.— «There is what club members affectionately call the “wang rang,” which has a protrusion between the two main wings, and the more popular “tri-blade” model, which has three wings.» —“There and back again” by Joe Hunter in University of Florida Independent Florida Alligator (Gainesville) Jan. 26, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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