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 n.— «In schools across the country, dodge ball, duck-duck-goose and walks around a track are being supplemented with fitness programs that use video games to get students moving. “Exergaming,” as it is called, is one more tool to get kids off the couch at a time when fitness and health are receiving attention from state lawmakers and educators.» —“Video games help kids get fit and have fun” by Amy L. Edwards in Winter Haven Orlando Sentinel (Florida) Oct. 10, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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