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down range

down range  adv.— «The Landstuhl facility, the largest American military hospital outside the United States, sits atop a small mountain overlooking the town of the same name.…A quarter of its multinational patients arrive with hard...

off the range

off the range  adj.— «Avner makes the tough decision to leave behind his pregnant wife, relinquish his identity and go completely underground—“off the range,” in CIA parlance.» —“Best of 2005: Movies—Munich” by Brent...

suck rubber

suck rubber  v. phr.— «I could not back up wearing a combat device to another member who has put rounds down range or sucked rubber after a Scud attack.» —“Letters: Gold standard?” by Joseph W. May Jr. in Hickam Air...

pooch

pooch  n.— «The range of your kicks, also due to the offense’s success, will often be tight and force you to try to pooch the ball to keep it from going into the end zone.» —“Winning Means Less Of Mohr Bills Punter Accepts...

doul

doul  n.— «Douling, my clever friends told me, derived from the Greek word for a slave, and in your first two years at school you could be compelled to do almost any task by either a House prefect—they were called monitors—or your study...

douling

douling  n.— «Douling, my clever friends told me, derived from the Greek word for a slave, and in your first two years at school you could be compelled to do almost any task by either a House prefect—they were called monitors—or your study...