n.— «Sever has witnessed the most pitiful on his repeated trips to assist the eradication effort. Many are street beggars who move their contorted bodies along on hands and knees. “The crawlers,” they are called.» —“50 Years After Vaccine, Polio’s Legacy Endures” by Susan Levine Washington Post Apr. 10, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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