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screamer

screamer  n.— Note: In print journalism, “screamer” can also refer to a large, bold headline. «The exclamation mark—or “screamer,” as it is sometimes called by journalists—is often derided as the most brash and...

out the road

out the road  adv.— «“Out the road”—There is a road that goes out of Juneau northwest along the coast that dead-ends after 30 or 40-some miles. There are other roads that go a ways and dead-end, but they are shorter, and they aren’t...

pellet

pellet  n.— «On April 24, the day before the New York TRACON evacuation, under the heading of “operational update,” the ATO’s internal communication staff writes tongue-in-cheek accounts of daily airspace operations, air...

hamster

hamster  n.— «On April 24, the day before the New York TRACON evacuation, under the heading of “operational update,” the ATO’s internal communication staff writes tongue-in-cheek accounts of daily airspace operations, air...

spello

spello  n.— «I was around for a few momentous typos and spellos (a term my friend uses for words that are misspelled not by accident, but because you really didn’t know the right spelling and didn’t check.) I got to witness e-mail pouring...