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mule kick

mule kick
 n.— «“(It was) what was coined a mule kick—where a person stands with their back to the front door and kicks the door in,” Sgt. Ricky Rappy said.» —“Police Display Property Taken In Burglaries” in Mo. TheKansasCityChannel.com Mar. 24, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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