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space up seat

space up seat  n.— «The third row seats are what Toyota refers to as “space up” seats. These seats, designed to accommodate two adults if required, fold away to increase utility space. They can recline through 18 degrees in 9...

baulk

baulk  v.— «The guys in the Cadillac were known to him as serial baulkers (as in baulking insurance companies), and they earned a living—sort of—by ploughing their battering-ram Cadi into the soft areas of cars being used by wholly legal...

submarining

submarining  n.— «The seat is also “active”: during a crash the rear section of the raised seat surface automatically sinks in a fraction of a second to prevent the child slipping under the belt—”submarining,” as it...

bergie

bergie
 n.— «A “bergie” is someone who has been discarded, with no one who cares.» —“Big day for homeless pair” News24 (Cape Town, South Africa) June 12, 2005. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

kite-flying

kite-flying  n.— «It said the families allegedly made use of a technique known as “crossfiring” or “kite-flying,” which involves multiple accounts, account users, “no value” cheques and internet...

cross-firing

cross-firing  n.— «It said the families allegedly made use of a technique known as “crossfiring” or “kite-flying,” which involves multiple accounts, account users, “no value” cheques and internet...

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