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bang in
 v.— «I can’t speak for THIS company, but the way I think it all works is Non-Exempty (Hourly) people don’t get paid and use a finite number of sick days if they do happen to bang in sick on any day, including snow.» —“Re: How are big companies handling employee “snow days?”” by hannigan@bose.com (Martin Hannigan) Usenet: ne.general Jan. 9, 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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