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Definition of pawn

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Definitions include: to unpleasantly surprise one with a fact.
Definitions include: to defame a publicly traded company so its stock price declines, then purchase stock shares at the reduced price.
Definitions include: to manipulate people's trust to learn secrets about a person, organization, or business.
Definitions include: to have good things happen even though you don't deserve them, you never try, you have no talent and you suck.
Definitions include: "grandmother".
Definitions include: mess around.
Definitions include: go ahead and do that, even though I don't agree.
Definitions include: "FBF" Fling Back Friday, just like Throw Back Thursday but for Friday instead.
Definitions include: So underground its hot; closer to hell then above ground is.
Definitions include: to find.

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