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 n.— «At another home students continued with the “mud-outs,” as the process is called. In addition to removing the sheetrock on the home covered with mold from floor to ceiling, in a heart-wrenching process they removed all of the homeowner’s possessions and discarded them on the side of the road.» —“BCF students help rebuild broken homes, lives” in Pascagoula, Miss. Florida Baptist Witness (Jacksonville) Dec. 15, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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