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COW

COW  n.— «Doctors and nurses at Moses Cone Hospital refer to them as COWs—computers on wheels. Basically a wireless laptop on a cart, the computers are helping to save time and paper by letting doctors and nurses update charts and view X...

shamburger

shamburger  n.— «“Yes, well the thing between the bits of “bread” and covered in tissue paper and gooey stuff is supposed to be a hamburger, but I’m buggered if I can see the resemblance.” “I guess they should call...

broham

broham
 n.— «Hey, more power to ya broham.» —“Re: paper cuts” by Peter J. Menchetti Usenet: alt.music.hardcore Mar. 21, 1993. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

supreme

supreme  v.— «Cut the grapefruit into sections (these are also known as “supremes,” with a short “e”) and let them drain on paper towels; they will give up a lot of juice.» —“I’ll have the gralefrit...

norg

norg  n.— «“Norg” because we need to lose our old identity with one dying medium, newspapers, and stress our most valuable commodity, the one that we truly own, and that is news…without the paper. Thus, we must now be news...

straighten out

straighten out  v. phr.— «In the mid-1990s, when “Little Joe” D’Angelo was “straightened out” (Mob slang for inducted) by the Gambinos, he got a hamburger in a Queens diner, D’Angelo testified last week at the Gotti...