Other situations where you might want to gamble loosely
are as a shortstack.
2 : to cause to hang loosely
<We dangled our feet in the water.
Acoustic feat SUZANNE ELIZABETH MARRON, ANDY JONES AND THE NORTON ROCKETS, GOOD LAD HARRY and CARL GREEN:
Car Man, loosely
based on Bizet's opera, coming to Birmingham Hippodrome.
When the turkey is two-thirds done, loosely
cover breast and top of drumsticks with a piece of foil to prevent overcooking the breast.
Whether the numerous component parts of Apfelbaum's works (their fragmentation makes them feel more theatrical than "pure" painting) are scattered loosely
about, pooled around the edges of walls and the corners of doorways, or arranged in a sharply defined rectangle like an area rug, the logic of her practice still resides in the conviction that there's no going back to the idea of the art object as irrefutably singular or easily contained.
tethered to a Miami bass feel, the 26 diverse tracks--all flawlessly mixed and layered--also include sunny dancehall, classic techno, old-school electro (Cybotron's percolating "Clear," the basis of Missy Elliott's "Lose Control"), even the tart indie rock of Cat Power.
reminiscent of the Greek myths, the people experience time backward, growing younger until they are infants who then once again return to Earth.
A quarter will fit loosely
inside a one-inch pipe, but a half-dollar won't fit.
Blog the noun is also, apparently, an acronym for a number of things from 'boring lump of garbage' through to 'based loosely
on groupware' which just about covers the spectrum.
A net-centric enterprise requires a software integration framework to separate data from applications by managing loosely
coupled software interactions called services.
28, six days after Mitsubishi Fuso recalled trucks due to loosely
installed screw nuts.