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  • To someone coming on the sports scene four decades later, as I did, though, that highballing world might as well be as fictional as "Mad Men."

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  • The only way Bush cut his "deficit in half" is by taking spending for the Iraq War and a whole bunch of other expenditures off the books, and highballing the predictions in the spring and then claiming he came in way under when his doomsday numbers didn't come to pass at the end of the year.

    New York Times Takes On McCain's Economic Hokum

  • The car wobbled in the sound booms of highballing trucks, drivers perched in tall cabs with food, drink, dope and pornography, and the rigs seemed to draw the little car down the pike in their sheering wind.

    Underworld

  • For a generation of Americans there was something especially appealing about the picture of this line across Panama, of a steam locomotive highballing through the jungle, pulling a train of bright passenger cars, a steam whistle scattering monkeys to the treetops–“ocean to ocean” in something over three hours.

    The Path Between the Seas

  • With the blood chemistry highballing his senses, and her sequence of moves affirming his moves, his contact with her verged on the sensual.

    The Wall

  • 'Now they all highballing - heroin and speed mixed.

    two women

  • I made it to Ensenada, highballing at double the speed limit.

    White Jazz

  • He may not be physically highballing them about the sky: but maybe he is fooling with the electrical signals inside the rocket's guidance system.

    Gravity's Rainbow

  • They were all highballing the old Hog Head and got away from me, so I started out walking after the train and in about half an hour I walked into Wichita Falls, Texas.

    Documenting the American South: The Southern Experience in 19-th Century America

  • Next we caught the JH highballing north across Town Line Road on the "fast track" between Janesville and Milton Junction.

    WN.com - Business News

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