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benz

(bɛnz)
1. n. Benzedrine. (Drugs.) Stay off the benz. Coffee is enough to perk anybody up. He had some benz in an inhaler, but there’s much better medication available.
2. and Benz n. a Mercedes Benz automobile. My uncle had a Benz that he took back to Germany every two years for service.

Benz

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As in the A+T development across Linkstrasse, the Piano site has been divided among several architects, for masterplanner and client decided that the area and its 17 blocks were too big to be created by one firm (all participants won prizes in the Daimler Benz competition).
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