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road diet

road diet  n.— «The Road Diet. “Road dieting” is a new term applied to “skinnying up” patients (streets) into leaner, more productive members of society.» —by Dan Burden, Peter Lagerwey Road Diets: Fixing...

gronk

gronk  n.— «In Australia the term “gronk” was originally used to describe prison innmates. Now the term is used to describe wannabe mamas boy thugs, derrelicts and general idiocy in people. Anyway I was at the gym which I have...

rake

rake
 v.— «One guy who can really rake: Scott Brosius.» —“For a Big Star, Barry Was Bush League” by Tim Keown San Francisco Chronicle (California) Apr. 6, 1996. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

foot fault

foot fault  n.— «Telstra suffered a judicial humiliation when it was constrained from making false and misleading statements about charges for its services and in what might be regarded as another foot fault, it was forced to give refunds...

decleat

decleat  v.— «“You run at them with the pitch and power plays and, although you might not get the yards at first, they’ll be worn down in the third and fourth quarters to the point that they don’t feel like coming off blocks and you can...

big dance

big dance  n.— «In his opinion what may be termed the great allied offensive, or, as he put it, “the big dance,” will begin next Spring.» —“Big Offensive Next Spring” New York Times May 12, 1917. (source:...