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collector of injustice

collector of injustice  n.— «Federal agents investigating the April 16 shootings at Virginia Tech think Seung Hui Cho displayed many of the same characteristics of a criminal behavioral profile called the “Collector of...

squirrel guard

squirrel guard  n.— «Spidery-looking bits of metal and inexpensive pieces of plastic are at the heart of one of the most important strategies Entergy Texas has to prevent power outages. Commonly called squirrel guards, more than 100,000 of...

shoot the fox

shoot the fox  v. phr.— «I hope bloody Brad in California is happy now. England are 11 for two from 13 overs today. “Well that’s shot the fox, as they say in Australia,” says Clare Davies, in Scotland. “Too many comments...

oil-spotted

oil-spotted  v.— «About then prod dude shows up, just aware that he was about to oil spotted, though due to no fault of his own.» —“She said oh no, Guadalajara won’t do” by Dave A Barking Dog Oct. 21, 2003...

frum

frum  adj.— «“All of a sudden they decided this side of the town is not for them, they needed to go to the other side, because they’re more frum,” she said, using the Yiddish word for religious.» —“Two neighborhoods reveal...

belly button

belly button  n.— «So while some may say that the service chiefs do participate in the acquisition process, the study focuses on the fact that is indirectly through budgeting and requirements determination. As such, the current system...