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fasthole

fasthole  n.— Note: From “fast” + “asshole.” «Fasthole—ˈfast—hōl (noun): Someone who thinks they’re better than another runner simply because they are faster. In my group of running friends, we use the name as a...

upslop

upslop  n.— «Unlike the supercells of the central plains, which are elements in large systems, the upslope supercells near the mountains (in this case, the Rockies) exhibit what appears to be random behavior. Justin: “Some people...

buseum

buseum  n.— «The exhibit travels the Midwest in a renovate school bus, affectionately known as the “buseum.”» —“Traveling World War II exhibit to stop in Massillon on Thursday” in Massillon The...

frankenpine

frankenpine  n.— «Frankenpine is a term used to describe a cell phone tower disguised as a tree.» —“’Stealth Towers’ exhibit focuses on art, not controversy of the I-87 tower debate” by Rebecca Steffan Adirondack...

finger trouble

finger trouble  n.— «The same quality has been designated “systematic diligence” elsewhere. Some radar observers exhibit “finger trouble” in tuning…» —by Stuart W. Cook Psychological research on...

IED petting zoo

IED petting zoo  n.— «A special training ground has been set up at Fort Drum where soldiers headed for Iraq and Afghanistan are being trained how to spot improvised explosive devices blamed for causing most of the casualties suffered by U...