from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. New England To choose sides for a children's game.
I have just started listening to you over the last few months as your show is new to my area, but I have really enjoyed every episode so far. (the last one I heard you were talking about "hosey" as in "dibs", which I see is in the dictionary).
I've managed to find a position where, by raising the clip for the hosey attachment as high as it will go, and twisting the other nozzle aside, I can actually wash my hair; I just have to take care not to smack myself in the back of the neck.
With heavy-lidded eyes, wide-open mouths or rubber-hosey limbs, Satrapi's characters convey everything from gleeful, kinetic action to stark terror to heart-rending anguish-which is perfectly fitting for the autobiographical
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