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Definition of microblog

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Definitions include: What Sean keogh is to Scott Harte
Definitions include: used to indicate laughter in text-based communication.
Definitions include: to be obsessed with.
Definitions include: Noun used to describe people who live in the mountains of West Virginia. In Pennsylvania the word fee-faw generally applies to rural people who haven't graduated from high school; they are usually illiterate, and have severe dental problems that adversely affect their appearance.
Definitions include: Used to replace "Fuck" so as to avoid company firewalls and as a less offensive version.
Definitions include: an ounce of marijuana.
Definitions include: groove, mojo (most often used in the phrase "get one's schwerve on").
Definitions include: to face a daunting task, as a brave cowboy would.
Definitions include: a young person or child.
Definitions include: to be exhausted.

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