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toraton

toraton  n.— «The Ice Age melts away 100 million years later, marking the beginning of the end of large mammals and giving rise to creatures like the “ocean phantom,” a jellyfish the size of a truck; the “swampus,”...

swampus

swampus  n.— «The Ice Age melts away 100 million years later, marking the beginning of the end of large mammals and giving rise to creatures like the “ocean phantom,” a jellyfish the size of a truck; the “swampus,”...

ocean phantom

ocean phantom  n.— «The Ice Age melts away 100 million years later, marking the beginning of the end of large mammals and giving rise to creatures like the “ocean phantom,” a jellyfish the size of a truck; the...

shelf shout

shelf shout  n.— «The level of interest expressed by the marketing world in the new exhibition is indicative of packaging’s growing profile in the marketing mix. As advertising revenues rise and the recession bites, so the need for a point...

papermouth

papermouth  n.— «As the temperatures rise in lake waters, crappie will move into the shallows to spawn. They will migrate in great numbers, and this is the best time of the year to catch papermouths, as they’re called because of their...

Neoconzo

Neoconzo  adj.— «While Suskind found his lesson disturbing, other writers are only too willing to embrace “history’s actors.” In return they gain access denied to the mainstream press. This gives rise to what we can call...