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 n.— «“Marking up” is a term used to describe writing words or drawing pictures using markers on someone’s body. “Chiefing” describes “marking up” someone who is asleep.…“I believe ‘chiefing’ in most instances would be hazing,” Carroll said. “Even if they’re awake, you’re doing it ridicule them. The intent is there within ‘chiefing.’”» —“Party photos raise concerns” by Matt Beltran, Nika Megino, Nate Miller in Sacramento State University State Hornet (Sacramento, California) Feb. 13, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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