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 n.— «Because she believes it is important to let children know who they are, Davis suggests a technique called “pebbling”—throwing little things out to create an opportunity for children to ask questions. One way is to read a book about their culture.» —“International adoption” by Lynn Wolstenholme Loudon Times-Mirror (Leesburg, Virginia) May 8, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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