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porching
 n.— «Doing nothing is the very heart of what folks have taken to calling “porching.”…Porching has enjoyed a renaissance, thanks in part to neo-traditional neighborhoods where porches are coming back strong after falling from favor after World War II.» —“What’s your hurry?” by Darryl E. Owens Orlando Sentinel (Florida) Dec. 10, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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