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stinkin’ thinkin’

stinkin’ thinkin’  n.— «You also must accept that the enemies of private property, the radical environmental left, pretty much control Democrat policy. As the party of big, intrusive, regulatory government, Democrats regard...

flare

flare  n.— «These ads are more what is called "flares"—with little-to-no presence on TV, but a big internet presence that the groups are trying to use to get free media attention.» —“In TV Ads, Third-Party Liberal Groups...

Scottish cocktail party

Scottish cocktail party  n.—Gloss: A jocular, possibly nonce, term for “a fight.” «If I get into a Scottish cocktail party with a business, I commonly ask for a written letter of apology.» —“Did eBoost Media customer...

G-stroll

G-stroll  n.— «Bailey, known as “Red,” Figueroa, known as “Ryda,” and Townsend, known as “Rel,” and two women started walking to the party at 446 N. Ninth St., stopping at Law’s mother’s home before they...

wendy

wendy  v.— «Misogyny, anti-intellectualism, vindictive political opponents, an out-of-control press—the resignation of Wendy Alexander as leader of the Labour party at Holyrood offers something to everyone with a thesis about the loss of...