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 n.— «Meltzer and Williamson refer to them as “playshops” because the intention is to help women to connect to the joyful, spontaneous and fun-loving side of themselves, so often set aside during the daily routine of giving to the many others in their lives.» —“Open for business: Goddess Gatherings” Napa Valley Register (California) May 29, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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