from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. That which is rolled up; a summation; an aggregation; a total.
- adj. Capable of being made into a cylinder shape by rolling.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Same as roly-poly, 2.
- n. A clogging of machinery in cotton-carding or the like.
- n. In Australia, a meeting; a gathering of people.
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So, why is he so persistent in promoting larger and larger aggregations of fiat currencies, what in business terminology would be called a "roll-up strategy," until eventually all national and regional currencies are rolled up into a single international fiat currency?
This past summer I went through a serious cuff stage, where I bought cool vintage fabric off of eBay and made roll-up cuffs for all my jeans and shorts.
Bryan Derballa for The Wall Street Journal Visitors to the pop-up gallery in Prospect Lefferts Gardens contributed to a roll-up gate art installation.
Among a series of comments decorating a roll-up gate within the gallery, a line of pink letters reads: "My neighbor who I've never spoken to until today told me to come here."
The sidewalks do tend to roll-up early during week-nights in Comala.
Ash, the anti-smoking campaign group, argues that some of the surge in roll-up sales is explained by the ban on advertising of tobacco products not including cigarette papers.
But, said Imperial chief executive Alison Cooper (an occasional cigar smoker), the trend moved up a gear as the economy worsened: "We've seen the [roll-up] market up 13% last year, and a big gain the year before that ... people are trading down."
Imperial said yesterday that with the price of cigarettes rising, roll-up sales had been quietly growing for some years.
The number of roll-up cigarettes smoked in Britain has leapt 35% in two years, with sales of more than 5,000 tonnes of rolling tobacco a year and marketing of Rizla cigarette papers being seen everywhere from music festival tents to iPhone screens.
So will these "lawyers" be expected to roll-up their sleeves and help strip the property bare of appliances, fixtures, and copper piping?
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