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  • decertified) To remove the certification of. 1988 November 11, Michael Miner, “Strike Accord at the Tribune; Is the Sun-Times Next?”, in Chicago Reader[1]:
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  • starring in a film with Katherine Hepburn, which hardly counts. Nearly five years later, to minersstrikes and the three-day week, I returned, […] .
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  • the term Pie-eaters is actually an insult, dating back to a pit strike when Wigan miners were starved back to work before their St Helens counterparts,
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  • I'm currently hacking distributed garbage collection. (ice hockey) To strike an opponent's leg with one's hockey stick. He's going to the penalty box
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  • plutocrat, especially a rich industrialist. 1909, Western Federation of Miners, Miner′s Magazine, page 95, As a result, the plutes are in a panic. 1915,
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  • and past participle sapped) (transitive, slang) To strike with a sap (with a blackjack). strike with a sap From French saper (compare Spanish zapar
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  • works against terrorists. 2007 January 12, Alessandra Stanley, “Bombers Strike, and America Is in Turmoil. It’s Just Another Day for Jack Bauer.”, in
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  • smoothing iron snarling-iron soldering iron sponge iron steam iron stirrup-iron strike while the iron is hot sulfate of iron sulphate of iron tire iron tyre iron
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  • Someone who attends a symphony. 1988 December 2, Michael Miner, “A Gentleman Among Jocks; Strike Tactics”, in Chicago Reader[1]: Certainly with the faculty
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  • ‎(not comparable) Not esoteric. 1988 December 2, Michael Miner, “A Gentleman Among Jocks; Strike Tactics”, in Chicago Reader[1]: "They're very human, down
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