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Definition of nolte

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Definitions include: to have large genitals, especially when covered by little clothing, such as ballet tights.
Definitions include: spoken quietly in order to discretely get someone's attention.
Definitions include: acronym of "laugh out loud" or "laughing out loud."
Definitions include: To glance at or ogle; to size up.
Definitions include: acronym for "back-yard barbeque".
Definitions include: the departure of intelligent people from a company, organization, country, etc.
Definitions include: a term used to depict/imitate the squealing of tires when leaving somewhere in a hurry.
Definitions include: Fortified; put together with something more,
Definitions include: the acquisition of one company by another, for the purpose of acquiring the employees more so than other aspects of the company's business.
Definitions include: a person with schizophrenia.

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