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 n.— «Antonio Urbina, who is medical director of HIV/AIDS training at St. Vincent Hospital’s HIV center in New York’s Greenwich Village, says he’s seen two patients who have taken HIV drugs before going out for “PnP,” or “party and play”—that is, spending a night or weekend on crystal meth while having often-anonymous sex.» —“The Next Condom Conundrum” by Steve Weinstein Advocate Feb., 2009. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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