boss lift
 n.— «Local cavalry troopers doing annual training at the National Guard’s Camp Minden this week and next will get unusual inspections Saturday and Sunday. Saturday, they’ll get the once-over from their bosses in what the services call a “boss lift.” Sunday, the soldiers will strut their stuff for spouses and children in a family day.» —“Local cavalry squadron plans ‘boss lift,’ family day” by John Andrew Prime Shreveport Times (Lousiana) July 18, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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