Definitions

from The American HeritageĀ® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Football A player.

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  • A gridder is a member of a cult that does its best to remain invisible to the government by staying off any data base, off the grid, get it?

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  • Police don't have much of a handle on these fringe gridder cults.

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  • He was a member of the radical HFH Humans For Humanity, a nasty gridder cult implicated in violent acts against robots.

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  • The gridder cults cover a wide political spectrum from environmental lunatics to anti-abortion assassins to right wing luddites determined to gut the liberal robot equality laws.

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  • A good gridder could get by with very few Game specialties, always directing the selection to one of these.

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  • When they are fully ripe gather them, and they can be ground in a gridder, or if that is not convenient, mash them in a trough; then press them well, putting three-quarters of a pound or a pound of sugar to the gallon; in this every one is to be governed by his own taste.

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  • Garbarino's caring is leaving Gilchrist with a more fitting, profound legacy while Garbarino's interaction with the old gridder helped fill a void left by leaving police work.

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  • Although he hadn't starred as a Wolverine gridder, Brandon says he decided "I could sure as hell try to be an All-American in business," and return to teaching later.

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  • Busy with plenty of football recruiting in his spare time, the younger brother of former Texas A&M gridder Kerry Franks had sparkled and shined in track as a 200-meter sprinter last year.

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  • The embattled gridder (right) -- who was released by the Giants on Friday and faces 3Ā½ years in prison on a gun-possession charge after shooting himself in the leg at a Manhattan nightclub on Nov. 29 -- followed every question and command with a "(Expletive) you," according to the citation.

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