from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. Slang To perform daring stunts or ostentatious maneuvers, as while skiing or surfing.
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- n. Alternative spelling of hot dog.
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- v. perform intricate maneuvers while skiing
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In place of milestones and stagecoach inns, highway scenery was characterized by hot-dog stalls, produce markets, trucker taverns, tearooms, antique stores, roadside motels, and billboards announcing all of the above.
He began the scene by beginning with the buildings ` structure, then layering on the taxis, neon lights, hot-dog stand and people.
I took the hot-dog package from him and skewered a few.
So the top-selling item at this stand is the "American Desi," a mushy, green log of spicy potatoes, soy beans, peas, garlic, chillies and onions held together by a fat hot-dog bun and topped with raw onions and thick mayo chutney.
He wanted to do everyday scenes with skeletons—a skeleton hot-dog vendor, a skeleton cab-driver, and he wanted to use actual skeletons.
"We're the federal office people turn to when there is a wildlife situation," said Begier, as pigeons circled a hot-dog stand outside his Independence Avenue SW office.
He says he is asked by fans; by ballplayers; by strangers on the street; by taxi drivers and hot-dog vendors and even by family members.
Filling stations, hot-dog stands, campgrounds and "mo-tels" by the hundreds flourished.
This summer, New Yorkers will confront tip jars perched on hot-dog carts, DJ booths, Italian-ice stands and bike-repair counters, as well as at butcher, laundromat and bodega registers.
Also there are places to get the bacon, hot-dog and even chicken poutine.