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flagging
 n.— «The boy with the photo on his cell was now in trouble for having pulled a girl’s pants down in class (another teen phenomenon known as “flagging”).» —“My Students. My Cellphone. My Ordeal.” by Ting-Yi Oei Washington Post Apr. 17, 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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