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 n.— «If the homosexual population was arguing for a defined union of their own, they’d have far more success. Almost nobody is going to argue that gays have no right to form their own union called, say…“Garriage.” And then the political struggle would not be over a label, it would be over assigning rights to those united under Garriage. Garriage may not catch on, but civil unions have plenty of support.» —“Gay Marriage: A Losing Argument” by William Squire Inaniloquent.com Nov. 10, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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