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quit on one’s stool

quit on one’s stool  v. phr.— «In boxing parlance, Pacquiao and his team scored a technical knockout win over Murad, who “quit on his stool” before the eight-man jury could come up with a verdict in the highly publicized court...

fockerize

fockerize  v.— «Locals like to use the lines of famous actors or personalities, specially from a latest movie, concert, or press statement for the sheer effect of the word. An example is the term “fockerize” that has been used...

chalk

chalk
 n.— «Chalk—A squad of soldiers, usually about a dozen, assigned to a helicopter.» —“Glossary” by Dennis J. Reimer Filipino Airsoft Feb. 1, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

Susmaryosep

Susmaryosep  n.— «According to officials, SANCANCO had been discharging effluent by 3400 mg/l exceeding the allowable 80 mg/l. Susmaryosep! DENR also said that SANCANCO has been operating without permit.» —“Philippine Environment III:...

OFW

OFW  n.— «That’s because de la Cruz, a father of eight, is considered a national hero—not for anything this unassuming truck driver has done, but because of who he represents: the Overseas Filipino Worker, known as an OFW in local parlance...

salvage

salvage  v.— «According to the task force report, 1,082 Filipinos were “extra-legally executed or salvaged (a euphemism for assassinations)” between 1975 and 1983. During the same period, 266 others “disappeared...