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pamper pole

pamper pole  n.— «The Pamper Pole is just that—once you reach the top of the pole and stand up—you might just need a new pamper! This is a great element for those that really want the challenge of doing something on their own. Once on top...

gravy time

gravy time  n.— «Harrington said the regular drivers complain constantly because the part-time drivers come on the street during the rush hours, called “gravy time,” which run from 7 to 9 a.m. and 4 to 7 p.m.» —“Part-Time...

rekosher

rekosher  v.— «Hundreds of Orthodox and Hasidic jews turned out Wednesday to have their pots, pans and silverware dipped in boiling water. It’s a process called “koshering,” which makes the materials rekosher, and is usually...

fellistrim

fellistrim  n.— «One thing dawned on me as I drove home from Kilkenny and it was this. There’s very little hurling in mountainy counties. The fields were lush and green with hardly a rush or a fellistrim.» —“Where I come from, we have...

bike whacking

bike whacking
 v.— «Traveling off trail with your bike (bike whacking).» —“Midnight Rush” TrailBlazer Adventure Racing Club Aug. 1, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

congestion pricing

congestion pricing  n.— «The debate over what is called congestion pricing—charging a fee for the use of the city streets in high traffic areas during rush hour—is set to heat up.» —“Does New York Suffer From A Soviet Traffic System...

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