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- adj. Describing the condition in which two sea-going ships travelling in opposite directions pass each other on their starboard sides, making their green navigation lights face each other.
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Finally, I have one major concern about this green-to-green move for recipients of federal benefits.
A nerve looks like a coaxial cable for your TV, except it doesn't have the green-to-green and red-to-red markers, so you have to figure out how to attach the appropriate cables.
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