- v. To affix a notice, announcement etc, to a post, board, wall or the like.
- v. To enter any information, data etc (into a register, account, record etc).
- v. basketball To establish a position in the frontcourt on one side or the other of the free throw lane, especially used against smaller defenders.
“For I believe that we ought to teach a boy how to use his hands as well as his brain; that he ought to begin his history lessons in the present and work back to B.C. about the time he is ready to graduate; that he ought to know a good deal about the wheat belt before he begins loading up with the list of Patagonian products; that he ought to post up on Abraham Lincoln and Grover Cleveland and Thomas Edison first, and save Rameses Second to while away the long winter evenings after business hours, because old Rameses is embalmed and guaranteed to keep anyway; that if he's inclined to be tonguey he ought to learn a living language or two, which he can talk when a Dutch buyer pretends he doesn't understand English, before he tackles a dead one which in all probability he will only give decent interment in his memory.”
“I could not help grieving when he sent me to post up notices of the sale of the fee simple of the lands and appurtenances of Timoleague.”
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