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  • v. To forage for, or (figuratively) to quickly prepare, something.


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  • One glorious day, all of us will awaken in our mixed-use neighborhoods, rustle up nutritious garden-grown breakfasts and pedal our bikes to "green-collar" jobs using paths generously provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act. As of this moment, however, the "green energy economy" is incapable of spurring the taillights on a motor scooter (much less an economic recovery) without a backup gas-powered generator and government subsidy.


  • “Don’t look at me like that, honey,” Tony muttered after they’d played in the shower and breakfasted on the juice, cheese omelet, and dry cereal that had been all they could rustle up from the supplies in his understocked kitchen.

    In His Own Defense


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