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hair dryer

hair dryer  n.— «They are there and controlling these apples is an art form. That art form is called management. Sir Alex use the much approved British technique called the hair dryer. It was developed by staff sergeants in the British...

filthy

filthy  adj.— «The King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot on Saturday may be a little short of its usual strength in depth, but for punters who specialise in each-way betting, it could hardly have a better shape at present. An...

chicken cutlet

chicken cutlet  n.— «Instead of surgery, she wears a prosthesis that fits into her bra. “We call it the chicken cutlet.”» —“Survivor. A Portrait Of Strength” by Cindy F. Crawford Daytona Beach News...

Frankenstein

Frankenstein  n.— «There’s an ironic local expression that sums it up: Frankenstein. It describes an old object or concept injected with new life through fresh components—”antique” chairs bolstered by new arms and legs...

manopause

manopause  n.— «Now middle-aged men have begun to admit they, too, can experience hormonal shifts that affect many aspects of their lives such as sexual function and drive, muscle and bone strength, mood, mental acumen and energy. Some...

lily-pad

lily-pad  n.— «This is obviously a system that creates not only stunned authors but also “star” editors. These stars whizz from house to house (often at dizzying speeds) trailing a galaxy of authors behind them; often they are...

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