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mouse
 n.— «Mouse or rat: The muscle from the calf section of a steer’s leg that must be removed.» —“Chicago Speak” by Anne Keegan Chicago Tribune Feb. 17, 1994. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

pull a heart muscle

pull a heart muscle  v. phr.— «Mr Richardson claimed the strict anti-doping policies employed at the Games had prevented most drug cheats from setting foot in the village. “A lot of people who went home early with injuries I believe...

pull a heart muscle

pull a heart muscle  v. phr.— «Robran pulls a heart muscle—Rowe snaps his knee in half.» —“Port V Norwood Predictions” by Alex M. Bulach Usenet: rec.sport.football.australian May 31, 1995. (source: Double-Tongued...

pull a heart muscle

pull a heart muscle v. phr. to withdraw, back out, or retreat from a competition, conflict, or obligation; to chicken out. Editorial Note: To pull a heart muscle is similar to having tiny heart syndrome. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

pull a heart muscle

pull a heart muscle  v. phr.— «North finished Friday’s game with import forward Paul Maley out after reinjuring his back, Tonny Jensen appearing to have pulled a heart muscle, and only Darryl McDonald and Pat Reidy able to leave the floor...

pull a heart muscle

pull a heart muscle  v. phr.— «The tribunal pulled a heart muscle and made a rod for its back every time it gives a player two weeks on a less serious charge.» —“It’s Not All Fair And Equitable, Busse Bodies” by Mark...

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