n.— «The early jail releases are occurring more frequently because the county doesn’t have enough money to keep everyone accused of a crime behind bars. Instead, the county uses a complex method called matrixing to sort through inmates almost every night, looking for the least dangerous ones to free.» —“Catch our reviews of the latest releases” by Boaz Herzog Oregonian (Portland) Aug. 18, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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