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  • 181Sack of Dun Gallimhe — Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Sack of Dun Gallimhe caption= date=1247 place= result=Irish victory combatant1=Irish combatant2=Normans commander1= commander2= strength1= strength2= casualties1= casualties2= The Sack of Dun Gallimhe was fought …

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  • 182Sack (band) — Infobox musical artist Name = Img capt = Img size = Landscape = Background = group or band Alias = Origin = Dublin, Ireland Genre = Alternative, Indie rock, Indie pop Years active = 1994 ndash;present Label = Lemon Records Dirt Records Jetset… …

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  • 183Sack of Palermo — The Sack of Palermo or scempio in Italian is the popular term for the construction boom from the 1950s through the mid 1980s that led to the destruction of the city s green belt and villas that gave it architectural grace, to make way for… …

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  • 184Sack-back gown — The sack back gown or robe à la française was a women s fashion of the 18th century. At the beginning of the century, the sack back gown was a very informal style of dress. By the 1770s it was second only to court dress in its formality. This… …

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  • 185Sack-O-Grande Acroport — also known as the Harbican Airport [ [http://www.katyisd.org/files/campuses/AZ/hs/KHS.pdf Katy High School Attendance Zone] . Katy Independent School District . Accessed September 6, 2008.] (formerly 9XS9) [… …

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  • 186sack-whey — noun An alcoholic drink of sherry with whey (weak milk) and sugar. Wont you allow him sack whey? said the landlady. Ay, ay, sack whey, cries the doctor, if you will, provided it be very small …

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  • 187Sack/sacked — If someone gets the sack it means they are fired. Then they have been sacked. I can think of a few people I d like to sack! …

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  • 188sack\ in/out — v slang To go to sleep for a prolonged period (as in from night to morning). Where are you guys going to sack in/sack out? …

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  • 189sack artist — n a womaniser, seducer, Lothario. In the Literary Review, June 1987, in a review of Intercourse by Andrea Dworkin, Jane Elli son attributed this to Martin Amis. She was wrong. It is North American in origin, in common with other formulations such …

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  • 190sack out — to go to sleep. You can bring your sleeping bags and sack out on the living room floor. Etymology: based on the similarity between a sack and a sleeping bag …

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  • 191sack out — phrasal verb [intransitive] Word forms sack out : present tense I/you/we/they sack out he/she/it sacks out present participle sacking out past tense sacked out past participle sacked out mainly American spoken to go to sleep …

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  • 192sack out — in. to go to bed or go to sleep. (See also sacked out.) □ It’s time for me to sack out. □ Let’s sack out early tonight …

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  • 193sack rat — n. someone who spends a lot of time in bed; someone who does not ever seem to get enough sleep. □ Tom is such a sack rat. He can’t seem to get enough sleep. □ Mary is such a sack rat that she misses classes …

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  • 194sack coat — noun man s hiplength coat with a straight back; the jacket of a suit • Hypernyms: ↑coat * * * noun : a man s single breasted or double breasted jacket with a straight unfitted back * * * sack coated, adj. a short coat or jacket with a straight… …

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  • 195sack cloud — noun : a well developed mammatocumulus * * * sack cloud, a form of mammatocumulus in which the pocket hanging from the cloud becomes so deep as to resemble a sack or bag, sometimes seeming to reach to the ground …

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  • 196sack·ful — /ˈsækˌfʊl/ noun, pl fuls [count] : the amount that is contained in a sack a sackful [=sack] of mail/potatoes …

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  • 197sack race — noun Date: 1859 a jumping race in which each contestant s legs are enclosed in a sack …

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  • 198Sack of Gezer — For the siege of Gezer by Assyrian king Tiglath Pileser III see Siege of Gezer (c.733 BC) Infobox Military Conflict conflict=Siege of Gezer partof= campaign= caption= date=10th century BC place=Gezer, Palestine casus beli= territory= result=Egypt …

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  • 199Sack of Rome (546) — The sack of Rome in 546 was carried out by the Gothic king Totila during the Gothic Wars. Towards the end of Totila was based at Tivoli and, in pursuit of his quest to conquer the region moved against Rome. The city s defenses held firm however,… …

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  • 200Sack und Pack — Mit Kind und Kegel ist eine stehende Redewendung, die so viel bedeutet wie „mit der gesamten Verwandtschaft“ oder „mit Kindern, Haustieren und Gepäck“. Wenn jemand „mit Kind und Kegel“ reist, so ist der Ausdruck scherzhaft zu verstehen und… …

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