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- v. Present participle of sod.
- adj. An intensifier.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. without qualification; used informally as (often pejorative) intensifiers
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Obama is just giving the Republicans a distraction to spend their political capital on — namely, striking contraceptives, STD prevention and Mall re-sodding from the bill — so that he and the Democrats can get on with the serious business of crafting a stimulus bill that work.
Funnily enough, we have a new Portugese kid at our school who, surprise surprise, doesn't speak a sodding word of English.
The main course is some kind of sodding macaroni with stew or potato with gravy.
You don't get to vote on the sodding boundary changes, they've already been pretty much guaranteed by being rushed through parliament tied to your precious AV bill.
No. The Republicans would prefer more sodding tax cuts.
So they oppose the bill because obviously that is to much for a re-sodding job.
If only they had left the funding for re-sodding the Mall in there. rmwarnick Says:
Conservative friends claim it will only pay for re-sodding the mall.
Do you actually think that without funding for re-sodding the National Mall, the stimulus package will fail?
So we've got free-flowing traffic coming OUT of town, a 2-mile queue on the only main road IN, no enforcement of the box junctions meaning they get blocked, and I end up trying to turn right into static traffic with everyone desperately staring forward, suffering tunnel vision, not daring to allow anyone out of side turnings in case they miss the microscopic window when the sodding lights in that direction are green.
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