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bang in

bang in
 v.— «All of us know people who, at one time or another, have banged in sick instead of going to the plant or the office in the morning even though there was nothing physically wrong with them.» —“On His Route To Happiness” by Mike Barnicle Boston Globe Mar. 20, 1987. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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