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  • The whole time, Black Hair Tattooed Guy, a member of the opening band, 3rdrail, is at Frey's side, mad-dogging Frel, fists clenched.

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  • Watching them, she could see the meaning of the slang term "mad-dogging."

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  • I looked at my parents, my mother's eyes were welling up with tears and my father was mad-dogging the judge like he was about to jump up and strangle him.

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  • Mr. Warmee is known for his badly drawn maps of America on the whiteboard and his regular mad-dogging of the equally loved Mr. Seamen - who, I must note, also has some ridiculous and funny anecdotes about his friend, Mr. Warmee.

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  • Paul reaches for her again, mad-dogging the guy she’s been dancing with.

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  • The act of trying to stare someone down, or win a staring contest practiced primarily by young men. The goal is to stare and not to blink; if you blink, it is an acknowledgment of the other's dominance.

    The practice—by this name anyway—appears to be most prominent in the Southwest and done as a prelude to violence. The Double-Tongued Dictionary's citation says that states that “In Albuquerque this is called ‘mad-dogging.’ The end result of this ‘mad-dogging’ is that one of the young men pulled a pistol and shot the other man in the chest killing him on the spot.�?

    July 11, 2009