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 v.— «Hagood wrote that he pointed the man to a known crack dealer and later the man drove back by to say that he had been “flexed,” a street term referring to tricking someone into buying a drug that is counterfeit.» —“Testimony begins in murder trial” by Eric Connor Greenville News (South Carolina) Apr. 14, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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