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A regional term for an excessively prepared EMS worker
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Peerless will give away beer with a special 'buy-one-get-one-free' offer on each case of Full Whack bought from the new brewery shop during August and September.
Their success is measured by the number of moles they get others in the organization to whack.
And the manager replies: "It's a knick knack, Patti Whack, give the frog a loan.
Sutherland Lyall energetically strides to the crease, bat in hand to whack the cyber universe for six.
You wait for the one you really fancy, and then you've got to WHACK it.
recently released its Boomophone XTS Whack Pack, which is the new predecessor of Whacky Music's award-winning Boomwhackers musical tubes.
I'd always walk into the batter's box, lower my bat, get my feet right, and then whack the ball to a good spot.
Even if you got tired and wanted to get out, anybody--including your best friend--might whack you," he added.
A moviemaker better have one hell of a compelling reason to have another whack at Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Pierre Choderlos de Laclos's 1782 novel that has already spawned a 1959 film version with Jeanne Moreau; Christopher Hampton's incomparable play starring Lindsay Duncan and Alan Rickman; director Stephen Frears's elegantly spidery 1988 film starring Glenn Close and John Malkovich; and Milos Forman's 1989 also-ran Valmont.
All you have to do is whack the little USB transmitter thingy into the slot in your computer, and it'll zing over the music goodness from said computer to the color-matched (ideal if your name is Santa Claus) receiver unit.
He then used tables to calculate the star's known location on given dates in the early 1800s and compared the two sets of locations to determine how far the magnetic pole was throwing the compass out of whack.
retailer Wal-Mart's Mexican unit Walmex aggressively lowers prices and continues to whack its competitors, three of them are banding together to better compete with the growing threat.