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straighten out

straighten out  v. phr.— «In the mid-1990s, when “Little Joe” D’Angelo was “straightened out” (Mob slang for inducted) by the Gambinos, he got a hamburger in a Queens diner, D’Angelo testified last week at the Gotti...

hamburger

hamburger
 n.— «The hamburgers—the Viet Cong and NVA—started calling me Long Tr’ang. White Feather.» —by Carlos Hathcock Apr. 1, 1990. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

hundred-dollar hamburger

hundred-dollar hamburger  n.— «One day Mascaro may have the controls as a group of those tenants fly off for a “$100 hamburger,” the term for flying to an outlying airport, such as Sedona or Payson, for lunch.» —“Airport’s...

hamburger drill

hamburger drill  n.— «The fans’ favorites included the “hamburger” drills, or “Oklahomas,” as they were called in some camps. Those maneuvers involved setting up a couple of blocking dummies on the ground, confining...

birria

birria  n.— «In East Los Angeles, birrierias del chivo, which serve goat, have become as established as hamburger stands in other neighborhoods. A birria is technically a stew or slow roast made of goat, but here tortillas are stuffed with...

birrieria

birrieria  n.— «In East Los Angeles, birrierias del chivo, which serve goat, have become as established as hamburger stands in other neighborhoods. A birria is technically a stew or slow roast made of goat, but here tortillas are stuffed...

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