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weird stacking

weird stacking
 n.— «Ms. Reel and others had noticed a curious byproduct of the parking experiment, a phenomenon perhaps already studied by transportation specialists. She called it “weird stacking,” the notion that cars left on a street create unusual, annoying parking gaps that when taken together, can make a driver scream.» —“In Park Slope, Frustration With a Parking Holiday” by Kareem Fahim New York Times June 28, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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