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a common derogatory term for a foolish personSource: Wikipedia

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wikt:big wheel

— a big shot. a person of great importanceSource: Wikipedia

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wikt:care of

care of", used to address a letter when the letter must pass through an intermediarySource: Wikipedia

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slang expressionSource: Wikipedia

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the actual English wordSource: Wikipedia

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an event that occurs every three yearsSource: Wikipedia

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crap, perhaps a combination of crap and mudSource: Wikipedia

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in Sanskrit as well as other Indian languagesSource: Wikipedia

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wikt:barge in

ref. waterfront clumsiness of barges: example hereSource: Wikipedia

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bedhead" is the condition of having unkempt hair, generally as a result of having just woken up from sleepSource: Wikipedia

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a term meaning "nonsense", derived from 19th century American politicsSource: Wikipedia

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- cooking techniqueSource: Wikipedia

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θεά}}, the Greek for "goddess", the feminine of theosSource: Wikipedia

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the Spanish word for ravine or canyonSource: Wikipedia

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bulletin for their members and by extension, a number of scientific journals have the title of "Bulletin of [subject]"Source: Wikipedia

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is also a French slang wordSource: Wikipedia

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Hot Patootie also called Hot [[wikt:patootie|Patootie

-Bless My Soul", known in the USA as "What Ever Happened To Saturday Night?" is the eighth song in the cult musical The Rocky Horror Show and its film counterpart The Rocky Horror Picture ShowSource: Wikipedia

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穆), a Chinese surnameSource: Wikipedia

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Dutch for vomit, and also the past tense of Dutch braken (to break, a class 4 Germanic strong verb)Source: Wikipedia

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