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shoeshine

shoeshine  n.— «Jordan also employs a cut block that Wildcats offensive lineman refer to as the “shoeshine.” That is when the blocker hits the defensive player near the knees to knock him over instead of taking him head-on...

chutney music

chutney music  n.— «Like Hindi cinema, Indian music too has caught the fancy of the local people, a new type of what is known as “chutney music’ is gradually becoming very popular in the country which has whose population comprises...

sugar huddle

sugar huddle  n.— «Keeler said the Hens may employ something called a “sugar huddle,” in which offensive linemen gather together and are given their play assignments quietly rather than having them yelled out.» —“Kevin...

puppet mouth

puppet mouth  n.— «“Your face has a lot of character,” he says. Uh-oh. In my book, character is another word for wrinkles. But when I ask him which wrinkles I should get rid of, he says, “I don’t see anything I find offensive...

cowboy clicker

cowboy clicker  n.— «Watching television games doesn’t satisfy that hunger because my set doesn’t have what is known in coaching parlance as a “cowboy clicker”—a device that attaches to a VCR allowing plays to be run back and...

TNF

TNF  n.— «They have a term for us out here: “TNF—Troops Non-Ferocious,” because we only defend ourselves when attacked, unlike the military who need to go on the offensive.» —“Money talks for cops in war...