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 n.— «These men live in this house because, for better or for worse, they have been cast out by society. The nature of their crimes guarantees that they will be identified as sex offenders—or, as they sometimes call themselves, “S.O.‘s”—for the rest of their lives.» —“The House Where They Live” by Jennifer Gonnerman New York Magazine (New York City) Dec. 30, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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