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yips

yips  n.— «The grass between the ball and the blade will cause a bit of run so allow for it and practice this shot at least twenty times the next time you go out, not that you will perfect it that quickly but having practiced it—it won’t...

gank

gank  v.— «In their confession to police, the two youths said they would go “make a run” or “gank an o.g.,” which means they would drive around until they spotted an elderly woman, usually at a bank or shopping...

resume on a rope

resume on a rope  n.— «Ah but Layne, with your “Resume On A Rope” (backstage pass), you could have run of the place.» —“Beloit College Show” by Kevin NadaBlog Sept. 14, 2003. (source: Double-Tongued...

partyocracy

partyocracy  n.— «Last March Castañeda announced his candidacy with defiant suggestions that he is entitled to run for the presidency as an independent, without a party, regardless of what Mexico’s electoral laws might say.  And...

new shooter

new shooter  n.— «My horse is fine, 100 percent, and he’s going to stay fine because I’m going to take care of him. If I had run him one more time, I’d have to turn him out. Now when Real Quiet goes to the shelf for a post-Triple Crown...

cushion

cushion  n.— «Cushion—Clay that piles up in the corners from the sliding cars. Those who prefer to run on the outside of the track can use this to push off and zip down the straightaways.» —“Learning the Lernerville...