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Brucy
how to understand cites?? and hold onto custody??? [00:58.47]You know, waiting for your flight from Utah, [00:59.96]I had a little extra time for due diligence, [01:01.96]so I decided to dig a little deeper on your history, or rather lack of one. [01:06.32]Starts off simple enough. [01:08.06]Poor family Mom leaves, cites spousal abuse. [01:10.48]Somehow your dad holds onto custody, and [01:12.40]by the look of these pediatric meds, [01:14.50]he beats you like a harp seal for the next four years. how to understand cites?? and hold onto custody???
Sep 15, 2012 9:07 AM
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"Cites" means "to bring forward as evidence or proof", especially in legal proceedings. "Hold onto custody" means to "keep or retain" custody, here referring to custody of a child.
September 15, 2012
Brucy
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