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skitch

verb A portmanteau of "skate" and "hitch", meaning to (illegally) ride along with a moving vehicle, usually while on a skateboard or inline skates, by holding on to the bumper or other handhold on the vehicle.

Risks of skitching
Injury, jail, death.
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Past schedules have included Jacques Pepin, Sheila Lukins, and even Skitch Henderson, whose class on barbecue was well-attended.
Through Hope he met Bing Crosby, who came up with Henderson's nickname Skitch - as a result of his ability to quickly sketch out musical scores.
John Reed, Jeffrey Skitch, Thomas Round, Donald Adams, Jean Hindmarsh, Gillian Knight; Isidore Godfrey, New Symphony Orchestra of London and the D'Oyly Carte Opera Company.
Music director Skitch Henderson, who that night celebrated the 50th anniversary of his Carnegie Hall debut, the 20th anniversary of The New York Pops, and his 85th birthday, founded the "Kids in the Balcony" program as a part of The New York Pops' education initiative.
Featured teachers: Sarah Chang, Skitch Henderson, Jeffrey Khaner, Hugh Sung and David Finlayson.
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And while calls for the Moscow Mule (created by Smirnoff and promoted by celebrities including Woody Allen and Skitch Hendersen) are seldom heard today, the drink makes vodka a mainstream spirit by the end of the decade.
He has been a staff musician with NBC, ABC, Skitch Henderson, Doc Severinson and Mitch Miller; appeared at Carnegie Hall with George Barnes and Les Paul; performed with the Boston Pops in duet with Stephane Grappelli; and played a solo concert at Town Hall in New York City.
The free Skitch app from Evernote lets you capture screenshots from a webpage and make notes on them for meetings.
Adam Lund, BSc, MI), MDE, FRCPC (a); Steven Skitch, BSc, PhD (b); Allison Chew, BEng(Comp), MPH, MD (c); Kerrie Lewis, LPN, EMR (d); Marc Alfonso, EMR (e)