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osthedge

Financial services; Financial instruments

A passive investment strategy, which automatically creates a hedge that helps limit losses without constant supervision. This ...

smog mining

Pollution control; Air pollution

Smog mining is the practice of harvesting minerals and other valuable elements from polluted air used in the manufacturing of ...

iPhonokiaberry people

Culture; People

The age of people who can not imagine their life without iGadgets, iPhones, Web Browsers, Social networks or internet. This ...

hu-fi

Internet; Social media

"Human fidelity": a system of connecting to people around you in public places when the internet is not accessible by wi-fi ...

bent

Language; Slang

If you want to express anger in slang you may use the word "bent" here's an example : " It's OK. Don't get so bent." which means ...

bromchi

Language; Language learning

Pronounced bromshi; Complete disorder and confusion, a jumble or disorderly mass, a mess, absolute chaos, a total lack of ...

survitip

Sociology; General sociology

Contraction of survival+tip. Suggestions or instructions to save money or spend less to face the crisis. Examples are recipes ...

labrottie

Zoology; Zoological terms

A dog species that is a mix between a rottweiler and a labrador retriever.

blossary

Internet; Social media

A blossary is a blog written in the form of a list of terms and definitions related to a specific topic. It's a new way to create ...

runtripper

Sports; Multiple sports

This is the name given to runners on asphalt and other surfaces, traveling around the world to participate in races and ...

bare reading

Education; Special education

The practice of reading while in the nude. Practioners believe that bare reading allows the mind to be free of the unnecessary ...

Doglish

Language; Slang

English that is badly spoken by first-language English speakers. Doglish results from the blend of "doggish" (= mean, bad) and ...

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