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flake

flake  n.— «After goat-proofing the yard with a substantial fence, all it requires is letting them mow the lawn and eat up to one flake of hay a day each. Connie feeds half a flake in summer and a full flake in winter. There are about 20...

dogscaping

dogscaping  n.— «Garden designers sometimes use the term “dogscaping” to describe the landscaping strategies they employ to make gardens that are beautiful to look at and be in, and tough enough to survive running and digging dogs. A good...

chicken tractor

chicken tractor  n.— «A Chicken tractor is a chicken coop built on wheels and without a floor. This allow you to move the chickens around your orchard or yard on a regular basis. They eat the bugs, scratch and fertilize the soil and after...

chicken tractor

chicken tractor  n.— «A chicken tractor is basically a bottomless cage or pen of some kind. This is so the chickens can scratch (a chicken’s raison de etre) and eat off of the ground such things as grass, weeds, bugs, etc. In the U.K...

cunnerman

cunnerman  n.— «Cunnerman or Cutterman: There is some debate over the correct pronunciation. People with trashy house, cars on blocks in yard, etc. “If you’ve been married three times and still have the same in-laws, you might be a...

who laid the rail

who laid the rail  adv. phr.— «We have running backs ’til who laid the rail. Alexander, Diedricht and Buckhalter are tough. Judd Davies is the real deal at fullback. The long list of backs may have just gotten longer with redshirt...

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