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goat grab
 n.— «The Saudi soldiers feted the Americans, offering them juice, tea and platters of lamb and rice. Diemler explained it was “goat-grab,” where “you tear off a piece of meat with your hands, mix it with rice and get it into a ball and pop it in.”» —“Desert Sprint Missourian Tells Of Race Through Sand, Darkness, Tanks, Soldiers To Freedom” by Margaret Gillerman St. Louis Post-Dispatch Aug. 19, 1990. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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