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belly button

belly button n. a person or unit in charge of, or the source of information for, a task or operation. Editorial Note: The “belly button” in the 1987 and 1994 citations is variably given in press reports as the name of a secret trust fund...

salvation shop

salvation shop  n.— «Counting the number of local churches—some jokingly referred to as “salvation shops” for their locations in small shopping centres—is a daunting task.» —“Home-grown Christianity spreads the Word in...

Big Mother

Big Mother  n.— «If public interest in diet wanes, the program can be halted without undoing a tangle of law. The federal government has only one legitimate task: fulfilling its constitutional duties. Doing more it verges on becoming Big...

turker

turker  v.— «For fees ranging from dollars to single pennies per task, workers, who cheekily call themselves “turkers,” do tasks that may be rote, like matching a color to a photograph, but they can confound a computer...

broheem

broheem
 n.— «Flek, R U a l33t H4X0r? No way you be more leet than my main broheem JeffK.» —“Re: Surfrider Blue water task force” Usenet: alt.surfing Mar. 1, 2001. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

spinksterinkdum Negro

spinksterinkdum Negro  n.— «At Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Ala., where King took over the pulpit in 1954, his brilliant predecessor Vernon Johns had often taken his complacent congregation to task for being too conservative...

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