American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- San Martín, José de 1778-1850. Argentine revolutionary leader who played a major part in expelling the Spanish from Chile (1818) and Peru (1821).
“And absolutely, 'daisycutter' the F*CK out of those funeral processions; it's not like they've never seen a mass grave before!”
“Byt the way, I apologize for not fixing my typos, and yes, I know a lightweight Predator is not capable of carrying a 500-lb daisycutter.”
“Nobody in white puts in a challenge; the striker-cum-midfield man hits a low, weak daisycutter - in this weather, more of a daisypolisher - and Gomes goes down at his right-hand post to claim.”
“Bostwick, the midfielder unleashing a daisycutter that Tim Krul did well to palm away.”
“The home support is particularly energised when Evra embarks on a determined run down the left, cutting into the area and unleashing a daisycutter towards the bottom-left corner.”
“Lincoln prefers co-op to government-run public option in health care daisycutter: Mr. Brummett probably had a fairly good idea of wh ...”
“Lincoln prefers co-op to government-run public option in health care daisycutter: During this debate over health care reform the one ...”
“JuliaMadera: Meanwhile you and John Brummett are on the chaise ... daisycutter: Nao, you are picking a fight for nothing.”
“Democrats were encouraged to boo Pre ... daisycutter: During this debate over health care reform the one ...”
“Lincoln prefers co-op to government-run public option in health care daisycutter: Oh the drama.”
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