zero one zero
 n.— «We saw signs of malnutrition in children, and adults suffering from hunger fatigue. Some of the people we stayed with are normally eating what is called “zero one zero”—no breakfast, a basic lunch and nothing in the evening. This year’s drought has devastated the maize crop.» —“Zimbabwe: a challenge to the truth” by Nicholas Baines Religious Intelligence (London, United Kingdom) May 9, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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