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To boot someone out of a location (e.g., a bar or saloon) is to expel them forcefully. The image is literally kicking them out, with the boot on the buttocks of the person forced to leave. Here, obviously, the use is metaphorical, but the implication is that version 3 should have been left behind long ago, just as the patron should have known he was ...


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Either they are on the way to a location (perhaps your location or a location at which you are expecting them) or they are achieving orgasm. There's no way to tell from the message alone whether the sender is male or female. come 1 [NO OBJECT, USUALLY WITH ADVERBIAL OF DIRECTION] Move or travel towards or into a place thought of as near or familiar to ...


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Never heard about it, but maybe this has a political/religious undertone: read out (v.) "expel by proclamation" (Society of Friends) is from 1788. And the Society of Friends links to that, the article on Quakers, a group of Protestant religious movements. The old Century has it too and gives the further example, similar to what was alluded to in the ...


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That is exactly what it means and reinforced by the another part of the song: Only wish to breed I explode into a million seeds Ya’ll remember me Legendary live eternally


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Stakes in the literal sense of this usage are money or property risked in a wager. In the figurative sense they are what one has to gain or lose from their actions in a given situation.


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Although a constructive obligation is not created solely by a management decision, The later statement that contrasts this is an obligation may result from other earlier events together with such a decision. The first statement is saying that management decisions (without anything else) do not create an obligation. The second statement is saying ...


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As a matter of actual meaning, there is no difference between the "a-" in "Mix and a-mingle" in "Jingle Bell Rock" and the series of "a-" syllables that show up in Bread's "Baby I'm-a Want You" from 1972: Baby I'm-a want you Baby I'm-a need you You're the only one I care enough to hurt about Maybe I'm-a crazy etc., etc. There would be ...



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