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fooding

fooding  n.— «O. P. A. Ni tout à fait club ni vraiment resto, un bon spécimen du « Fooding » que ce loft arbitrant « groove », bar et nourritures mouvance à un public...

sleeve

sleeve  v.— «I used to know a Kiwi tattoo artist back when I was getting sleeved.» —“A selfish weekend without Bria::Time with the Groove Fam” by misterbeanz (Jay) Jay’s Journal Oct. 31, 2004. (source: Double...

fast line

fast line  n.— «Fast line—Quickest route around the oval and could be on the outside or inside of the track depending on conditions. This also is called the “groove” or “sweet spot.”» —“Learning the Lernerville...

groove

groove n. an ideal driving path on a car-racing track. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

groove

groove  n.— «Sullivan took his Miller American Special deep down onto the apron and lost control when he came back up into the racing groove.» —“Taking a Sunday Spin Sullivan Comes Back to Win Indy” by Cooper...

groove

groove  n.— «Strong winds, gusting out of the south, left the track dry and slick in the low groove and dust-bowl gritty up high.» —“Restart Lets Stone Race To Victory” by Dean Bailey Daily Oklahoman (Oklahoma...

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