"Esquivalience", according to the August 29, 2005 New Yorker article "Ink: Not a Word" by Henry Alford, is a fictitious entry in the New Oxford American Dictionary which was designed and included to protect copyright of the publication.
Turning to the printed edition of the Bristol A to Z map, off Canynge Square, we find a Lye Close. Perhaps the only one in the country. It's not even in the index. If you visit Canynge Street, you'll find a pleasant, leafy Georgian-looking street, without a Lye Close anywhere to be seen.
That's because Lye Close is a Trap Street.
Trap streets are deliberately added to maps as a kind of watermark
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