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PINS

[ pinz ]
/ pɪnz /
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noun
a person of less than 16 years of age placed under the jurisdiction of a juvenile court because of habitual disobedience, intractability, or antisocial but noncriminal behavior.
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Origin of PINS

P(erson)I(n)N(eed of) S(upervision)
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