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cheat sheet

n.
1. A document, especially a sheet of paper, containing information, such as test answers, used for cheating.
2. A document containing summarized information used for quick reference. In both senses also called crib.
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cheat sheet

n
another name (esp US and Canadian) for crib sheet
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