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 adj.— «The Web pages she referred to are often called “pro-ana,” or “pro-mia” sites, and they glorify thinness by endorsing anorexic and bulimic behavior.» —“‘Thinly’ veiled health threat” by Marisa Donelan Sentinel and Enterprise (Fitchburg, Massachusetts) Apr. 9, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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