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 v.— «Anthony Johnson, 14, said not having girls around for freshman year “takes the pressure off.” “We don’t have to what I call “stunt” in front of the girls,” he said. “The only thing the girls did was to bring more attention to us personally. It didn’t help us academically.”» —“Same-sex schools see resurgence” by Sarah Carr NOLA.com (New Orleans, Louisiana) Dec. 26, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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