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 n.— «He said Family Court officials are now differentiating between youths who committed what would be considered felonies in adult court and so-called “soup-spitters”—a term for defiant youths who make their parents or probation officers angry but aren’t a threat to the community.» —“Family Court cites success in sorting Jackson County juveniles before sending them to jail” by Christine Vendel Kansas City Star (Kansas City, Kansas/Missouri) July 19, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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