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There's a neo-Nazi website that gets a million more visitors a month than we do, due to Google's penalty against this site. And a Google employee lied about it. Read the details here.
A neo-Nazi website gets a million more visitors a month than we do, due to Google's penalty against this site. A Google employee lied about it. Read more here.
A neo-Nazi website gets a million more visitors a month than we do, due to Google's penalty against this site. And Google lied about it. More here.

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badonka

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doozie

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  • something huge.
    Look at the size of that tree! It's a doozie.
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    Last edited on Apr 08 2013. Submitted by Steven W. on Jun 12 1999.

  • something overwhelming, huge, out of the norm. Also "doozer."
    That storm we had was a doozie!
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    Last edited on Apr 08 2013. Submitted by Patricia from Santa Barbara, CA, USA on Aug 29 2002.

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  • Folk etymology: from the Duesie, the nickname for the Duesenberg brand luxury car.

    Last edited on Apr 08 2013. Submitted by Anonymous on Apr 08 2013.

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ginourmous

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