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rocking

rocking  n.— «Many of the patrol’s vehicles surrounded by steel cages to protect agents from rocks hurled at them—a practice known as “rocking” among the ranks. One agent died after being hit by a stone. “(Smugglers will)...

nester

nester  n.— «Contractors often are hired by the chemical industry for specialized work and to keep costs down. Some are so imbedded in the work force they are called “nester” contractors, with long careers in one place, while...

swaffle

swaffle  v.— «How to swaffle? For swaffling there’s one factor that is of vital importance: the swaffler must have a so-called top-heavy penis. This means that the penis isn’t completely hard, but not soft either. Top-heavy is a state of...

crooked number

crooked number  n.— «Manuel believes the home run “is your greatest hit in baseball.” It gives the Phillies big-innings capability. They began Game 5 with 14 multi-run innings—”crooked numbers” in the parlance—out...

skronk

skronk  n.— «The music touched on free jazz, especially when Krieger let forth some quick runs or hit those intense, dented notes aficionados refer to as “skronk.” He was a fiery presence onstage, often bending over an amp to...

power booking

power booking  n.— «Town Center inflated the loaned value of vehicles by telling third-party lenders the vehicles carried extra features and options that they did not—an illegal practice known as “power booking.”» —“‘Mr...