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Fort Knox

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishFort KnoxˌFort ˈKnox  people often use the nameFort Knox’ when talking about a place that is extremely well guarded or impossible to enter without permission. It comes from a military building in the US state of Kentucky which holds the government’s store of gold His house is like Fort Knox.
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