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 v.— «“I’d never stayed anywhere longer than five years before I came here,” Meza said of his conviction that a thriving ministerial career requires frequent repotting. “Several times I’ve wanted to leave here but there always was unfinished business.”» —“A Man Of Peace Leaves Pilgrims” by Marjorie Hyer Washington Post Aug. 1, 1980. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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