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 n.— «Walking from home to home offering to talk with residents, or as they call it, “tracting,” is just one way the missionaries spread their message. Walking from home to home offering to talk with residents, or as they call it, “tracting,” is just one way the missionaries spread their message.» —“Two by two; LDS church missionaries dispel myths, share message” by Rob Burgess Times-Mail (Bedford, Indiana) Aug. 11, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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