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rark up
 v. phr.— «Canterbury fan Hamish Kilworth said a group of 10 “hardcore” fans would control the area. All South Islanders were welcome to join the festivities. “It will be a big day out and the one-eyed Canterbury fans will be here in force. We will be rarking it up. We’ll be throwing a few decent comments over the white picket fence in true Basin Reserve embankment form.”» —“Basin Bash To Hype Home Crowd” by Neil Reid Evening Post (Australia) Jan. 13, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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