circle-up
 n.— «Victoria, 16, who stole her grandmother’s car, her second offense, explained how her housing unit does a “circle-up,” or ad hoc counseling session, several times a day, whenever there is a conflict, like cursing.» —“Missouri System Treats Juvenile Offenders With Lighter Hand” by Solomon Moore in St. Louis, Missouri New York Times Mar. 26, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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