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songlift

songlift  v.— «The term “Songlifting” appears to more narrowly define who is being targeted. A “songlifter” implies one who uploads; while presumable a “songdropper” would be the contrary.» —“New Round of...

songdropper

songdropper  n.— «The term “Songlifting” appears to more narrowly define who is being targeted. A “songlifter” implies one who uploads; while presumable a “songdropper” would be the contrary.» —“New Round...

songlifter

songlifter  n.— «The term “Songlifting” appears to more narrowly define who is being targeted. A “songlifter” implies one who uploads; while presumable a “songdropper” would be the contrary.» —“New Round...

sock round

sock round  n.— «An even newer option is less-lethal projectiles, such as bean bag rounds and the latest variation of “sock” rounds, which can be deployed in certain situations in lieu of deadly force.» —“The Shotgun...

gassing

gassing  n.— «Prison inmates who spit on, or throw urine or feces at police officers and jail staff, could face extra prison time under a bill heard Friday in the House Judiciary Committee. Law enforcement agencies report the...

phoneslaughter

phoneslaughter  n.— «In Washington state, it’s not illegal to drive while using a cell phone, nor is law enforcement required to track it as a factor in collisions. And if you kill someone while you’re doing it—called...