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shit sheet

shit sheet  n.— «But this was no ordinary anti-Green rant from the party of free enterprise. In election parlance, Morrison’s four-page glossy is known as a “shit sheet.”» —“Coalition rolls out Latham...

streetism

streetism  n.— «Uncontrolled pregnancies outside the marriage circle have led to a flood of births, with the mothers unable to trace the men responsible. The result is what has come to be known in Ghanaian parlance as “streetism...

on one’s bicycle

on one’s bicycle  adj.— «She never got on her bicycle, as they say in ring parlance about excessively defensive fighters, during her boxing career.» —“Lady boxer will hang up her gloves” by Jim Kernaghan London Free...

non-paper

non-paper  n.— «It is understood that British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw had given a non-paper on Kashmir problem to the Indian and Pakistani leaderships when he visited the subcontinent in the first week of February this year. In...

sky bill

sky bill  n.— «Everybody partakes in plundering the funds of the state, sometimes in extremely blatant and cynical fashion, such as in the practice that has come to be known in popular parlance as “sky bill,” where work orders...

D-girl

D-girl  n.— «The idea came from Kitty, a D-girl (or, in wicked Hooeywood parlance, “Development Slut”) from the TV division of Genius Nerd Films.» —“Running down Lunacy Lane with a D-girl” by Ms. Gonick San...

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