n.— «The practice is called “gapping.” It’s when colleges offer students financial aid packages beneath what they need to attend—often driving them to other revenue sources like a private loan or, if they’re lucky, a check from grandma.» —“ Sage pledges to close financial aid gap to all” by Mark Parry Times Union (Albany, New York) Dec. 9, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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