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cow flop

and cow plop
n. a mass of cow dung. Mrs. Wilson is out in the pasture gathering cow flops for her garden. When walking out on the range land, we try to avoid “cow plops,” as the wranglers call them.
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cow plop

verb
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plop

1. n. the sound of dropping something soft and bulky, such as a hunk of meat. When the roast fell on the floor, it made a nasty plop.
2. tv. to put or place something (somewhere). I don’t mind cooking a turkey. You only have to plop it in the oven and forget about it.
3. tv. to sit oneself down somewhere; to place one’s buttocks somewhere. (The it in the examples is the buttocks.) Come in, Fred. Just plop it anywhere you see a chair. This place is a mess.
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Pop references are plopped together with psycho-babble jargon about "closure" between Chicken Little and his dad.
The Bruins, growing more resilient with every new disheartening MRI result plopped onto Ben Howland's desk, took apart Stanford 71-54 in one of their most dominant Pac-10 performances in years.
Proving there are definite universal aspects to life as a teenager, Kim struggled to raise his head from his pillow, grimaced a bit, then plopped right back down and went back to sleep.
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today - also will be available on the Internet, by early afternoon Friday there were some three dozen tents, a couple of dozen cabanas and barbecue grills, a few TVs, and probably a hundred or so coolers plopped down in the parking lot.
Rosen said workers at the Thousand Oaks home had scooped the critter up in a net and plopped it into a trash container until she arrived.
The level of service varies, from the two-week cycles with clients handling all the reheating to in-the-kitchen services where the meal's freshly plopped down on plates for hungrily awaiting diners.
Gonzaga hasn't just arrived on the national scene, it's busted through the front door, plopped down on the sofa and kicked up it's feet on the coffee table.
It was last month during a home game when Ron Harper plopped himself down in a courtside seat in disgust after the triangle offense had coagulated into a tetrahedron.
With a permed Beatles wig plopped on his noggin, groovy shades and an imperious cigarette foppishly dangling from his fingertips, Jeffrey insists Jimi pursue money, not art, and books him on a tour opening for the Monkees.
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About 69,000 kids are plucked from abusive or neglectful homes and plopped in foster homes for safekeeping.
Bort Escoto thought he was taking a break when he plopped down at the end of the Sylmar High boys' basketball bench Friday afternoon at Pierce College.