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 v.— «He refused to obey rules and, as a result, was repeatedly moved from jail to jail…a practice known as “ghosting.” Clare was forced to travel to prisons all over the country to see him.» —“15 years for a crime he did not commit” by Nigel Green Sunday Sun (London, England) Jan. 14, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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