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left of boom

left of boom
 n.— «“Left of boom“—U.S. military’s effort to disrupt insurgent cells before they can build and plant bombs.» —“Glossary” Washington Post Sept. 28, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

fleak

fleak
 n.— «FLEAK, s. a small bundle of hay; not a truss.» —by Robert Holland A Glossary of Words Used in the County of Chester (London, United Kingdom) , 1886. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

suitcasing

suitcasing  v.— «Suitcasing A traditional method of delivering classroom training to groups of workers at remote locations. All materials required to conduct the training are packaged and either sent or hand-carried to the training...

drilldown

drilldown  n.— «The glossary states a drilldown is a “conversation with a verbose barrister requiring seven action points with no writing implement available resulting in communication breakdown, information loss and night sweats...

endo

endo
 n.— « Endo: When rider and motorcyle flip over front first.» —“A Motorcross Glossary” by John Thomas Wark New York Times May 15, 1977. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

tope

tope  adj.— «Tope (adj., cool) “It’s a mixture of the words tight and dope, which both mean ‘cool.’” -Sylvia» —“Say What? A Glossary Of Teen Slang” by Patricia Greco KMGH-TV (Denver, Colorado) Mar...