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 n.— «One who understands that type of approach is Gary Martin, the building trades instructor at the CDC. In his third year of teaching at the school, Martin is a 35-year veteran of the industry. “I think this is a viable trade,” he said. “Having been in the trade myself, I can say there are a lot of what I call ‘trashers’ out there—a lot of wannabe’s who can’t really do the job.» —“Recruiting youth” by Tony Kindelspire Daily Times-Call (Longmont, Colo.) Dec. 25, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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