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rark up
 v. phr.— «They were supposed to come galloping out of a wood shed (on a long rope) and bark viciously at the approaching gang of people. I was in the woodshed rarking them up, but they run out half-barking, decide there wasn’t any danger, so come back into the shed wagging tails.» —“Funny dog story” by Joe Blow Usenet: nz.general Dec. 15, 1998. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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