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- v. To use a pogo stick
- v. To dance the pogo
- v. To lift the front wheel of the bicycle in the air and jump up and down on the rear wheel while in a stationary position.
- n. A dance associated with 1970s punk rock movement in which participants jump up and down on the spot in the manner of someone riding a pogo stick
- n. corndog on a stick, genericization of the trademark Pogo, which is a hot dog frankfurter weiner on a stick and covered in batter
To paraphrase pogo, Kerry isn't running, get over it.
Apollo 4 almost ate itself because of the interstage oscillations or "pogo" as they called it.
This involved a number of factors such as pogo suppression, structural stiffening, and other details not particularly germane to today's expendable vehicles.
The game's young players will participate in context appropriate exercises, such as pogo-sticking with Dora (which we all know is the most efficient method for blasting your core).
The test fixture has PCB retaining plastics and Millmax spring loaded "pogo" pins for connecting to the JTAG interface.
But we are right at the same problem set, as we kind of pogo along this continuum, which is trying really hard to unite this notion of governance and making sure that just because you can, doesn't mean you should.
bottom line is, similar to your stupid leader althouse, nimrods like you prefer baseless insults to an actual review of the FACTS. unfortunately, "pogo," it is you who is not very bright.
"pogo" and "psul": please read what I have written above - or is Iaian the only one who reads responses?
This involved a number of factors such as pogo suppression, structural stiffening, and other details not particularly germane to today’s expendable vehicles.
"pogo" during the early days of the punk movement.
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