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Definition of close ranks

close ranks


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Other terms relating to 'close':

Definitions include: in private.
Definitions include: To steal from, rip off.
Definitions include: to almost happen, but not.
Definitions include: See barn door.
Definitions include: guy who scores with lots of chicks
Definitions include: a person who stands uncomfortably close to others while talking.
Definitions include: to end.
Definitions include: to get a woman into the sack after chatting them up in a social setting.
Definitions include: secret or mostly secret.
Definitions include: to "close" any location.

Other terms relating to 'rank':

Definitions include: to use one's authority to win a disagreement.
Definitions include: awful-smelling.
Definitions include: low-level employees.
Definitions include: a corporate performance review system in which employees are ranked in their performance, and the bottom-performing employees are terminated.
Definitions include: (adj.) 1. a form of the word 'really' 2. see: cool, sweet.
Definitions include: make jokes such as snaps ex yo mamma so...
Definitions include: so bad

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