n.— «Scott Russell, who has worked with the Fort Lauderdale homeless outreach team for six years, said that significant, sustained attacks on the homeless are rare, although it’s not uncommon for teenagers—referred to as “jits” on the street—to pelt them with rocks or other objects.» —“Reaching out to homeless remains a challenge” by Wanda J. DeMarzo Miami Herald (Florida) Feb. 5, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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