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  • v. To knock over from wind.


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  • The water in the overtoppling crest does move forward, as you will speedily realize if you are slapped in the face by it, or if you are caught under it and are pounded by one mighty blow down under the surface panting and gasping for half a minute.

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  • (n): cinematographic term for a reduction print in which a larger gauge print has been reduced to one of a smaller gauge.

    January 18, 2009