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bullets and beans

bullets and beans  n.pl.— «The first sergeant holds an important position of authority in a company and is largely responsible for overseeing the preparedness and welfare of the soldiers in the unit—”bullets and beans,” in the...

rice bowl

rice bowl  n.— «To be sure, there remain hotbeds—maybe “rice bowls” is more apt—of interest in IED and IPS in and out of the Navy.…Several government officials conclude that Secretary Danzig’s corporate approach cannot...

sticky rice

sticky rice  n.— «“Sticky rice” is a gentle joke, and I can tell you with some authority that Asians who date their own race are not considered to be “settling” for something less than a White Man.» —“Re: Writing...

buffet flat

buffet flat  n.— «The casual, migratory and unskilled drinkers of the world, along with a scattering of habitual, non-migratory and skilful [sic] drinkers, have found a new haven. It is the buffet flat and the New York police are authority...

rehat

rehat v. to outfit military personnel in different uniforms in order to show a change of allegiance or authority. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

sousveillance

sousveillance n. the watching of the watchers by the watched; countersurveillance by people not in positions of power or authority. Etymological Note: sous French ‘under’ + surveillance. The word was popularized by, if not coined by, Steve Mann...