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 n.— «The large population is a concern to parents such as Debra Sullivan, whose son is a third-grader at Cholee Lake. The school is so short on classrooms that her son’s class has two teachers, a practice called co-teaching. Sullivan said it seems to be working out, but she is worried about traffic and safety problems.» —“Construction delay affects three elementaries” by Rani Gupta Palm Beach Post (Florida) Mar. 29, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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