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take me quick

take me quick  n.— «Sandiresi said bar owners at Mereki have also recorded high sales on spirits, popularly known in Harare’s street lingo as the “take me quick.” The bitter and cheap spirits all have one thing in common—an...

off-deck

off-deck  adj.— «Right now, 99% of the U.S. mobile content market is on carrier decks.…The next wave is off-deck—selling direct to consumers.» —“Thumbplay launches mobile content portal” by Jason Ankeny in New...

carrier deck

carrier deck  n.— «Right now, 99% of the U.S. mobile content market is on carrier decks.…The next wave is off-deck—selling direct to consumers.» —“Thumbplay launches mobile content portal” by Jason Ankeny in New...

off-deck

off-deck  adj.— «The service is considered “off-deck,” meaning that content is not sold through the cellphone, but on a Web site.» —“InfoSpace targets wireless delivery” by Tricia Duryee Seattle...

raincoat crowd

raincoat crowd n. an audience (of a film) mainly interested in prurient content. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

grundulating

grundulating  n.— «While similar groups are content to regurgitate 30-year-old clichés, Girls Aloud’s current album invents a whole new word, “grundulating.”» —“For those about to pop” Scotsman (Glasgow...

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