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 v.— «The phrase “harvesting” has been coined by party organisers at nightclubs in the city to describe how girls are gathered for so-called VIP events with Manchester United footballers such as the one that ended last week with cries of “rape.”» —“Girls ’harvested’ for Man Utd players’ parties” by Maurice Chittenden Times (London, United Kingdom) Dec. 23, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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