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gibbled

gibbled  adj.— «In Saskatchewan, we’re all familiar with the word. “Gibbled” describes something that is broken or wobbly or otherwise dysfunctional. Usually it applies to things physical (“If you run on that gibbled...

infectobesity

infectobesity  n.— «While genetic and behavioral components of obesity have been the focus of intense study, an infection as an etiological factor has received little attention. Although “infectobesity,” a new term to describe...

blebbing

blebbing  n.— «Here, we show that Dictyostelium cells moving in a physiological milieu continuously produce “blebs” at their leading edges, and demonstrate that focal blebbing contributes greatly to their locomotion. Blebs are...

leave (something) on the table

leave (something) on the table  v. phr.— «Leave something on the table for the next generation. Make a net contribution to society. Don’t be a taker.» —“Do Everything With Passion” by Helen Kaye Jerusalem...

tin medal

tin medal  n.— «For some kind of tin medal for having made the least valuable contribution toward solving the strike situation in defense industries, we nominate those gentlemen who rose in the Senate and House and shrieked for “the...

somaticizer

somaticizer  n.— «(title)» —“Treating the somaticizer: a direct contribution behavioral care can make to managed care’s ‘bottom line’” by Matthew Budd Behavioral Health Management Sept. 19, 1996. (source: Double...