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amigo checking

amigo checking  n.— «Oakland is witnessing a rising crime trend of young “rat packs” preying on poor, often undocumented immigrants who carry their cash with them, according to a new police report. The street term is...

chain-linking

chain-linking  n.— «Mather smells a rat in all this tinkering, convinced it’s a statistical conspiracy, designed to show Scottish output in the best possible light, when once dominant sectors, like electronics mass assembly, wither away...

course rat

course rat  n.— «“He’s what I call a course rat,” Robichaud said. “All my juniors are. They’re always at the course, always playing. A lot of times they’d go from a match at Monoosnock and they’d get in their cars and hit a bucket of balls...

rat

rat  n.— «My face was quite round and my ears stuck out—and the beehive just accentuated that. I was, however, persuaded to wear it a few times for photoshoots and recall they used something called a “rat” to wrap the hair...

sky rat

sky rat  n.— «It’s common to hear Canada geese referred to as “sky rats.” A term reserved for many years by seagulls along the Jersey shore.» —“No swan song yet for Canada geese” by Dale Machesic PhillyBurbs...

cellar rat

cellar rat  n.— «He will be at the winery for six months working as what is known as a cellar rat—someone who does odd jobs around the winery during the vintage.» —“Job winner as happy as a rat in a cellar” by Bernard...