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 n.— «Some of the youth have taken to calling the trip, which brings together young people from around the world, “Pope-a-palooza,” embodying the event’s youthful spirit.» —“Youths on their way to visit the pope” by Allison M. Heinrichs Pittsburgh Tribune-Review (Pa.) Aug. 15, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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