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marked to myth

marked to myth  adj.— «For example, a financial asset traded on multiple exchanges might be considered a Level 1 market. At the other end of the spectrum, “Level 3,” no ready market exists to value assets or liabilities. A reporting unit...

cadillac it

cadillac it  v.— «When one of our tablet press operators has a easy night with no problems, they are referred to as “Cadillacing it.”» —“Auto Lexicon: Top 5 four-wheeled metaphors” by...

doone

doone  n.— «Or that in Eastern prep-school lexicon of the time, a “doone” was something of a doofus?» —“Doonesbury’s War” by Gene Weingarten Washington Post Oct. 20, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued...

chimping

chimping  v.— «Chimping—The act of taking a photograph on a digital camera and then immediately checking out the result.» —“Word up! Explore the lexicon of tech” by Natasha Lomas Silicon.com Nov. 24, 2006...

chicken head

chicken head  n.— «Golf-ball sized chunks of frozen snow on a trail are often referred to as death cookies in the East; Westerners tend to call them chicken heads.» —“Finding Uniformity in the Lexicon of Snow” by Barbara...

death cookie

death cookie  n.— «Golf-ball sized chunks of frozen snow on a trail are often referred to as death cookies in the East; Westerners tend to call them chicken heads.» —“Finding Uniformity in the Lexicon of Snow” by Barbara...