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 adj.— «One week a woman might put work over family, and the next, family over work. That’s called “dual-centric,” a term coined by the Families and Work Institute.» —“The new terms for balancing kids and career” by Michelle Quinn Myrtle Beach Online (S.C.) , 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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