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ride legs
 v. phr.— «He wraps one leg around yours, another around your rib cage, sinks in a half-nelson and proceeds to contort your body in a manner that can be likened to a torture rack. The 119-pound senior doesn’t just “ride legs,” as it is called—he assaults them.» —“Terrill Likes the View From the Top” by Andrew Levine Washington Post Jan. 12, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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