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Definition of a Michigan left

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Other terms relating to 'left':

Definitions include: to be killed.
Definitions include: the west coast of the United States.
Definitions include: a marijuana cigarette; "joint".
Definitions include: to be left behind.
Definitions include: In the same tradition as calling shotgun, these two terms refer to the back seats on the left and right side of the vehicle.
Definitions include: in the United States, a member of the Democratic party.
Definitions include: statement of disbelief.
Definitions include: unexpectedly.
Definitions include: really stank.
Definitions include: to reject.
Definitions include: when a person confuses their right and left, used to mockingly inform them.

Other terms relating to 'michigan':

Definitions include: to masturbate
Definitions include: a wad of currency in small denominations with a large denomination bill around the outside to make it look like more money.

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