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  • n. Used other than as an idiom: see jam,‎ sandwich.
  • n. (from the common UK colour scheme of white with a red reflective horizontal band) A police car.


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  • Because the very next day Pete was all over Eli Boyle, knocking his glasses off, snapping the buttons off the cuffs of his flannel shirt, and grabbing his underwear and yanking them out of his pants and giving him — and here I defer to each reader's age, socioeconomic class, and basic geographic orientation — a wedgie or a melvy or a crack-back or a slip-and-slide or a jam sandwich or a thong-along or a line-in-the-sand or a famous-anus.

    Land of the Blind


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