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encajuelados

encajuelados  n.— «Cadavers found wrapped in blankets are “encobijados,” the stuffed-into-blanket ones; “enteipados” are the taped-up ones; those stuffed into trunks are “encajuelados”; or if no prints...

enteipados

enteipados  n.— «Cadavers found wrapped in blankets are “encobijados,” the stuffed-into-blanket ones; “enteipados” are the taped-up ones; those stuffed into trunks are “encajuelados”; or if no prints can...

encobijado

encobijado  n.— «Cadavers found wrapped in blankets are “encobijados.”» —“On the border with Mexico, the dead, detained and disappeared” by Victor Clark Alfaro in Tijuana, Mexico Athens...

Rumtopf

Rumtopf  n.— «If it’s late spring, it’s time to start a Rumtopf, the German word for rum pot. You store it for fall or winter use.» —“Yum! Rum and berries create a syrupy treat come winter” by Marlene Parrish The Plain...

racino

racino  n.— «West Virginia and New York allow “racinos” horsetracks with video gambling machines, also known as electronic slots.» —“Gambling surrounds Ohio Video slots likely to get another vote” by James...

wet

wet  n.— «Allen was “running with a crowd doing a lot of drugs”: marijuana, crack, PCP and a potent concoction called “Wet,” which is marijuana laced with formaldehyde.» —“The Self-Destruction of David...