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sack dance
 n.— «What prompts this verbal sack dance over the sodden, prostrate corpus of Seattle is the release last week of the new “Places Rated Almanac.”…Naturally, Orange County rated No. 1. And The Soggy City, a former No. 1 titleholder, is now a humiliating No. 2.» —“Hate To Rain On Your Snotty Parade, Seattle” by Gordon Dillow Orange County Register (California) Dec. 15, 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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