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flake

flake  n.— «The average backyard can provide sufficient pasture for a miniature horse. In winter, a flake of hay and a pint of grain a day will keep the little animal sleek, healthy and content.» —“Small horses a big part of...

globe

globe  n.— «Clearly, the professor’s statements are empty words, commonly known in MBA-lingo as “gas” or “globe.” Lots of speech and no content whatsoever. Is Dr. Monipally to blame for this near-meaningless...

streamie

streamie  n.— «TV has its couch potatoes, and now the Internet has a new name for distinguishing, and tracking heavy users of streamed video and audio content. In new research being unveiled today, Knowledge Networks/SRI has dubbed heavy...

net banging

net banging  n.— «By posting online content that glorifies the thug lifestyle, gangs are using the Web to recruit—some using children as young as 8 years old as part of the online recruiting process, known as “Net Banging...

jollop

jollop  n.— «Hard times and hard frost last night, and so she will have to be content with a jollop of new antifreeze.» —“BW Cert.” by David Hockin Usenet: uk.rec.waterways Oct. 25, 1997. (source: Double-Tongued...

creamy layer

creamy layer  n.— «Though the benefits have never been so freely accessible to all “SCs” as some in India often imagine, neither are they so confined to “a creamy layer” already risen to the top from amongst the...

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