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toss-up

Drug slang
A regional term for a woman who trades sex for crack or money to buy crack.
 
Medical ethics
A medical decision in which the difference between the outcomes from following one strategy (e.g., screening or treating) or  another (e.g., not screening or not treating) is negligible and the caring physician is faced with decision which could thus be decided by a coin toss.
 
Vox populi
Vomitus; puke up.

toss-up

Drug slang A ♀ who trades sex for crack or money to buy crack. See Pill whore Medical ethics A medical decision in which the difference between the outcomes following one strategy–eg, screening, or treating vs another–not screening, or not treating is negligible and the caring physician is faced with a 'heads you win, ' 'tails you lose' decision, popularly termed a 'tossup. '. See Clinical decision-making Vox populi Vomitus.
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Yet, 35-60 percent of the toss-up cases are abandoned or dismissed without a penny of payment.
The Georgia Tech researchers have also been able to show that very close games are often toss-ups, meaning that the better team wins barely more than half the time.
We will go after them next session," he said, with plans to devote resources to a half dozen state house races deemed toss-ups in 2006.
They face Arizona State today at the Coliseum in one of those unpredictable toss-ups that really prove what differences have been made in the USC football program the past 10 months.
That leaves only two real toss-ups among the seats with no incumbents: Arkansas and Kentucky.
The race for the Oval Office has tightened significantly in the past week, as several swing states that Trump must win shifted from favoring Clinton to toss-ups, according to the Reuters/Ipsos States of the Nation project.
Senate seats in New Hampshire, Nevada, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere that were considered toss-ups before the tape's release have come closer to being within the Democrats' reach.
Of eight to 10 Senate seats that were considered toss-ups, Republicans won nearly all of them.
About 12 of those races on Tuesday are considered to be toss-ups, according to the latest polling.
Highlights of Lybert Ramade's upcoming album "Une autre chance," recorded in New York, include "Ecoute moi," the jazz-infused radio-ready opening track; frenetic dance toss-ups "L'heure des heros" and "Je suis comme je suis"; elegant ballads "Plus loin" and "Si jamais"; playful pop finger-snapper "Laissez moi"; and pop confection "7 vies.
In the House of Representatives, Republicans look set to win 211 seats to Democrats' 185, with 39 still considered toss-ups.
Liverpool are the only team who really jump out at me for a single in the top flight this weekend - some of the other games are toss-ups.