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Things trafficking often describes (“trafficking ________”)
charges, organizations, activities, operations, efforts, measures, laws, policies, provisions, groups, campaigns, initiatives, cases, programs, routes, law, offences, case, work, offenses, scandal, syndicates, areas, cartels, programmes, events, organisations, crimes, cartel, projects, charge, trial, victims, community, conspiracy, trials, subsections, discourse, violations, convictions

Descriptive words:
human, illegal, narcotics, illicit, intracellular, drug, international, vesicular, anti, narco, sexual, cellular, nuclear, scale, dependent, global, endocytic, narcotic, internal, subcellular, cell, border, defective, interstate, migrant, immoral, commercial, lymphocyte, induced, endosomal, intercellular, widespread, mediated, golgi, level, criminal, synaptic, transnational, petty, immune, regulated, dendritic, unlawful, selective, extensive, cocaine, alleged, counter, nucleocytoplasmic, abnormal, retrograde, constitutive, wholesale, clandestine, contraband, massive, transendothelial, cytoplasmic, directed, differential, apical, lucrative, molecular, busy, leukocyte, worldwide, colombian, loud, macromolecular, rampant, child, organ

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Book See trafficking used in context: 12 rhymes, several books and articles.

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