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doughnut hole

doughnut hole  n.— «You then are responsible for 100 percent of drug costs until you reach $3,600 in out-of- pocket expenses. This gap in coverage is sometimes referred to as the “doughnut hole.”» —“Drug benefit...

flexicurity

flexicurity  n.— «The goal is to attract the attention of EU policy makers to the Danish labour market, which is as flexible as the UK labour market. At the same time, employees benefit from a degree of security at a similar level to that...

casual

casual  n.— «Asked why, they said they heard “the casuals were getting involved, and they didn’t want any trouble.” “Casuals,” for the benefit of Backbencher readers from the southern metropolis, are what you might...

fines

fines  n.pl.— «Screenings are another name for fines. These fines range in dimension from dust-sized particles to small, angular rock chips no bigger than a pencil eraser. They are a byproduct of the rock-crushing process and are a very...

screenings

screenings  n.pl.— «Screenings are another name for fines. These fines range in dimension from dust-sized particles to small, angular rock chips no bigger than a pencil eraser. They are a byproduct of the rock-crushing process and are a...

thump mat

thump mat  n.— «‘Thump mats,” as they became known, were handmade by sailors to muffle the sound of the pulleys hitting the wooden deck, for the benefit of those trying to sleep below deck.» —“Need rope? Knot a problem for...