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 n.— «The Bellevue father and some other Eastside parents are working to get the word out about recruiting activities in schools at a time they feel the armed forces are aggressively targeting their children. The parents are among a growing number of “counter-recruiters” nationwide.» —“Eastside group warns parents of military recruiting in schools” by Leslie Fulbright Seattle Times June 3, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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