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 n.— «Sgt. Ron Hampton, who is assigned to the New Jersey State Police Street Gang North Unit, said women playing an active role in the Bloods is not a new phenomenon. Some even hold what is known in street terms as “stain,” positions of authority within sets, he said.» —“Woman arraigned in shooting” by Ken Serrano Home News Tribune (Neptune, New Jersey) Nov. 15, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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