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 n.— «The combination of physical and emotional pain eventually led Davis to co-found what has become the longest running headache support group in the nation.…Five of the meetings are devoted to a guest speaker; the sixth is just a chance for migraineurs—as they call themselves—to talk to each other.» —“Support group helps treat the heartache of a headache” by Joan Morris Portsmouth Herald (N.H.) Jan. 29, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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