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- adjective (Zoöl.) Having a palpus.
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- verb Simple past tense and past participle of
- adjective zoology Having a
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I "palped" monster track 10 last year and considering they've been running it for presumably 10 years, there was mass confusion of doing simple things like "getting out manifests" and "starting the race."
Snobby - have you palped a pair of Ralpha trousers?
Today is Monday, which means that as the clock palped midnight last night or this morning, depending on how you look at it the deadline for the BSNYC/RTMS Fat Cyclist Knuckle Tattoo Tribute Contest was upon us.
Available pictures of Burton in action suggest she typically palped an unfaired diamond-frame bike.
I was with you until you palped the Fight Club quote.
I think you may have unintentionally spawned palped? a new theatrical genre with your review Snob.
The French have a version called Boules, which like french bicycle components, is only palped by old frenchmen.
I rocked/ran/rubbed/palped the swobo jerz on Saturday on my first day back on the bike, it was nice.
You suggest that a contemporary racing helmet can be "modded" or "palped" with a cool beanie or what not on its exterior, serving the same aesthetic function as the ignorant NY Helmet.
I recently palped a pair of jeans chopped into shorts one of the knees had gone and was told that I was 'on trend' outside a hipster bar in London.