pick up
 n.— «Eric Kinton, a man who by his own account has a shady past, testified Frazier approached him a few months before the murder of Christa Worthington to discuss a “pick up” at an undisclosed home. “It is street lingo, something quick, easy money,” he said.» —“McCowen murder trial, day 12″ by Michael Iacuessa Provincetown Banner (Massachusetts) Nov. 2, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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