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two-spirited
 adj.— «The aboriginal people considered us ‘Mystics’. They call us ‘two spirited’—meaning that we’re blessed with both female and male spirits!!» —“Re: FBOFW” by hathaway@stsci.edu Usenet: rec.arts.comics.strips Apr. 1, 1991. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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