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  • v. Present participle of pancake.

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Examples

  • There was no pancaking, that is a long debunked theory. debunked by who?

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  • There was no pancaking, that is a long debunked theory.

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  • The increase would come on top of a 10% overall increase since January 2007, and he said customers fear rate "pancaking" in which small increases add up to big jumps.

    Expect a Jolt

  • Suddenly, Rodney said, the concrete slabs that served as floors, ceilings and the roof of the different stories began what is known as "pancaking," or falling intact, one on top of the other, as the supporting walls collapsed.

    Glenwood Springs Post Independent - Top Stories

  • "Our truck was being tossed to and fro like a toy, and when it stopped, I looked out the windows to see buildings 'pancaking' down," he wrote.

    13WHAM: Top Stories

  • Robert Poff, director of disaster services for the Salvation Army in Haiti, told CNN he saw buildings "pancaking" down.

    Breaking News - The Post Chronicle

  • Our truck was being tossed to and fro like a toy, and when it stopped, I looked out the windows to see buildings "pancaking" down, like I have never witnessed before.

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  • Our truck was being tossed to and fro like a toy, and when it stopped, I looked out the windows to see buildings "pancaking" down, like I have never witnessed before. ...

    SplicedFeed

  • Michael Zamba of the Pan-American Development Foundation, the relief arm of the Organization of American States, said the lack of building codes, widespread deforestation, crippling poverty, storm damage and now the earthquake have produced a devastating "pancaking" effect, with each aspect exacerbating the tragedy.

    Council on Hemispheric Affairs

  • The Law of Energy Conservation limits the speed at which the top floor could have hit the ground provided the "pancaking" theory, where the floor above took out the floor below all the way through the collapse.

    Alex Jones' Prison Planet.com

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