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- (informal) To not know; to have no idea.
- 2018, Mathew Backholer, Short-Term Missions, A Christian Guide to STMs: For Leaders, Pastors, ByFaith Media, →ISBN, page 30:
- You may have heard the call to go on your short-term mission (STM), but you also need to be in the right place at the right time. Like Isaiah, you may be able to say, "Here I am! Send me" (Isaiah 6:8) – but may not have the faintest where to go, with whom, or know the duration of the STM.
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