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  • noun Plural form of smoot.


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  • President Obama, you must rule the congress, if not the lobbyist surely will. jc smoots in tulsa

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  • Obviously the earlier readings is inclined to be less accurate as they were converting from furlongs per fortnight, smoots, or some such arbitrary scale.

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  • In this way, it was determined that the bridge was 364.4 smooots long "plus epsilon," although this was later recorded as 364.4 smoots plus an ear.

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  • Meantime the Massachusetts Metropolitan District Commission the folks in charge of the bridge went on record in support of smoots.

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  • Go to a Google calculator, there it is again: You can translate meters, miles or what-have-you into 'smoots.'

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  • Smoot (the man) lay down on the bridge, his position was marked, and he moved on (or was moved on - eventually he so tired from the movement that his frat brothers carried him), until the bridge was established as being 364.4 smoots, plus or minus an ear, in length.



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