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 n.pl.— «“Most guys find it a turn-on, girls with guns,” she said, a pair of earmuffs—“ears,” in range parlance—hanging from her purse strap.» —“‘Girls with guns'” by Jason Ryan The State (South Carolina) Nov. 9, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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