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Definition of Snowpocalypse

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Definitions include: used with a subject matter to refer to a person with deep, expert knowledge of that subject matter.
Definitions include: relaxed.
Definitions include: a slap on the wrist.
Definitions include: At my office, when the supervisor and some other CSRs are going to get buzzed, we call an instructional meeting over the PA.
Definitions include: the police code of silence about misconduct and perjured testimony by other police, allowing them to follow illegal practices with impunity.
Definitions include: "LOL" with the O replaced with an E.
Definitions include: Old English malt liquor.
Definitions include: in trouble.
Definitions include: to seek something from the wrong person or place.
Definitions include: a term used when observing something (an object, usually) that is completely objectionable or worthless.

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