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 n.— «If you doubt that statement, toss a cricket or grasshopper on the surface of a pond and see how long it takes something to slobber-knock it.» —“Despite Recent Missed Chances, Fishing Heats Up As Weather Cools” by Steve Ford Evansville Courier (Illinois) Sept. 28, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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