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diworsification

diworsification  n.—Gloss: Diversifying one’s investments too much. «Diworsification refers to the fact that you can diversify too much. For example, if you own one company’s stock you could potentially hit it big, but you could also...

showmance

showmance  n.— «Playing Doody (“Those Magic Changes”) and Frenchy, the “Beauty School Dropout,” the two hit it off right away. They were both hard-working, both passionate about the theater, both committed...

brickor mortis

brickor mortis  n.— «Falling house prices have caused property website Rightmove to coin a new phrase. “Brickor mortis” is the paralysing condition caused by sellers refusing to lower prices as they don’t accept their home’s...

mando

mando  n.— «Disc golf holes may also have “mandatories”—commonly called “mandos” by those in the know. These are obstacles that a disc must pass in a certain way. For example, a tree may be marked as a “right...

nickel brick

nickel brick  n.— «When you talk about changing attitudes toward people of different colors, or different ethnic groups, one of the things that impressed me most as I reflect back was an activity held at the annual St. Columbkille’s picnic...

scramble

scramble  v.— «“It’s been a long week,” Delio said. “I played well. When my approach shots weren’t hit that well, I saved myself by scrambling. If I teed a green, I was pretty solid all week.” Scrambling in golf is a term...