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- n. Plural form of license plate.
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Most of the veteran group’s new fans think the name a play on “You, too?” rather than on a high-altitude American spy plane that could read the license plates on cars entering the Kremlin and that, like rock music, is still oper-ational; words and parachute by Francis Gary Powers.
All the license plates said “Utah!” just like my guidebook, and I shook my head.
I found him out back of the rec center on the Tuesday before the tournament, washing his old Mercedes—the one with the license plates that read GDZBENZ.
He'd stood on the street outside her house, leaning on a cane, beside the blue Benz with the Herat license plates and the white stripe bisecting the roof, the hood, and trunk.