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  • This yuppie company, Urban Accents, sells little jars and cans of CRAP to sad yuppie people who need to make their BMW laden existance just a 'skoosh' more exciting by purchasing 'quality of life' products.

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  • Indeed, with Glasgow East seeing a swing of 22.54% to the SNP, Crewe & Nantwich seeing a swing of 17.6% to the Tories and now Norwich North seeing a 16.5% swing away from Labour, the challenge for the SNP in Springburn looks positively skoosh easy.

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  • I know many literaries have scaled up a skoosh as their readship has gotten more myopic.

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  • I admire Fogel's work, but this seems a skoosh outside his remit.

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  • A skoosh - a bottle of water that has been skooshed.

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  • To skoosh - to add CO2 to a sodastream bottle filled with water to make it fizzy, prior to adding Diet Coke syrup (or just drinking as sparkling water).

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