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bootleg

bootleg  adj.— «The whole joke is the yin-yang twins and the fact that they’re 100% bootleg. For those of you who don’t know, bootleg is the new word that the cool kids use to describe some that is ghetto in a bad way. For example, a 1986...

floor-crossing

floor-crossing  n.— «The fact that SA had the window of opportunity for floor crossing adds further value to this democracy every citizen has the right to choose the party they wanted to go to, and nobody is suppressed.» —“Zuma Seeks...

rowback

rowback n. a reversal (of opinion, policy, or stated fact), esp. when intended to be surreptitious. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

rowback

rowback  n.— «A week ago, Kinnock began a famous rowback that I read about in the London newspapers last Monday morning. He still wanted to get rid of the Trident submarine missile systems contracted by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, he...

goat-rope

goat-rope  n.— «In fact, it sounds a lot like what is called in the oilfield a “goat-roping exercise.”» —“Re: Pegasus launch from Valkyrie” by dlbres10@pc.usl.edu (Fraering Philip) Usenet: sci...

supermarionation

supermarionation  n.— «A cheesy puppet show that was filmed in what was laughingly referred to as “supermarionation,” the show has mysteriously become something of a cult hit. Despite the fact that the special effects amounted...