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121. Meep: A word so full of meaning that it can mean anything and everything...and nothing at the same time. Students at Danv...  
122. Meat, Fish and Vegetarian friendly!: FiRE + iCE is a revolution in dining. An engaging experience that casts off the boredom and sameness of casual din...
123. cleanser: Boston word for "dry cleaner"  
124. fahty: The number between 39 and 41. Ex: The T conductah said, "I could get anotha fahty people into the train easy (we ha...  
125. Dees of the week: Ex: Mondee, Tuesdee, Wehnsdee, etc.  
126. Draw: A drawer  
127. Fluffernutter: A peanut butter and marshmallow fluff sandwich. Fluff was created by Archibald Query in 1917 in Somerville, MA. htt...  
128. Flip a bitch: make a U-turn  
129. dungees: blue jeans  
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All those people living in Aspen, CO, they are called Aspenites. The people visiting? Still just tourists.

The boundary between Detroit and Detroit's northern suburbs in Oakland and Macomb Counties. Also known as 8 mile, it has served as cultural dividing line between the predominantly poor African-American city and its wealthier, predominantly white northern suburbs.

The top of the hill.

1. The annual Crazylegs Classic is an 8k (roughly 5 mile) run or a 2 mile walk. It starts on the Capitol Square and end on the field at Camp Randall Stadium. It started in 1982 and has grown to a race of almost 15,000 by 2007. The race has received national recognition as America's Best 100 Events in Runner's World Magazine. I can personally attest that this is a very fun event. They even have beer for you after you run! 2008 Update: The race this year was quite cold. The temp was in the forties but the 30mph wind made it seem colder. However, the cold didn't seem to hurt the attendance as it was a new record at over 17,000.

2. A great tradition in Madison that got better with the addition of wave starts. It used to be a two mile walk followed by a three mile run after you passed all the people that started way ahead of their actual mile pace. One can actually run the entire race now. A little pricey for just a tshirt but I guess you do get beer at the end and the money goes to a good cause. THE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT. Gotta support those non rev sports.

Highway Enforcement of Aggressive Traffic, when Georgia law enforcement cracks down on dangerous, high-speed and aggressive drivers.

Used in the children's game Duck, Duck, Gray Duck elsewhere in the States the chosen child is called "Goose" as in Duck, Duck, Goose.