n.— «Not unexpectedly therefore, most argot terms relating to prison health workers had unflattering connotations. For instance, the argot term “gronk” is remains [sic] in current use in Australian prisons in describing health workers perceived as insensitive to prisoners’ health and welfare interests.» —“Prison argot and penal discipline” by Niyi Awofeso Journal of Mundane Behavior (Millersville, Pa.) June, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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