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 n.— «The volunteers at the centre of the organisation are working to improve legal representation for asylum seekers taken into detention to combat the process known as “ghosting,” where families arrested over the weekend are removed to a detention centre in England before they have a chance to appeal their case in front of a Scottish court.» —“Refugees unite to fight back against removals” by Damien Henderson Herald (Glasgow, Scotland) Apr. 10, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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