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pop someone (on something)

Inf. to strike someone on some body part. If you don't sit down, I'll pop you on the chin! Max popped Lefty on the nose.

pop

1. tv. to hit or strike someone. She popped him lightly on the shoulder.
2. mod. popular. This style is very pop.
3. n. popular music. I like most pop, but not if it’s too loud.
4. and a pop n. a time; a try; a piece. (Always with a in this sense.) Twenty dollars a pop is too much.
5. tv. to take or swallow a pill, tablet, or capsule. Here, pop a couple of these.
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the same Pop will always display for that contact, making for a much more intimate and personalized communication experience.
Find molds for ice pops in a variety of styles and shapes at supermarkets, stores like Target, Wal-Mart, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Linens 'N Things, Crate & Barrel and Sur La Table, cookware shops and online.
When a Democrat wins, Goldberg attributes it to pop culture savvy.
of extruded sheet and rollstock, who oversees the POP program.
Systemic health is obviously affected by the quantity of regular pop consumed.
On another occasion, Herb showed us a thick, hollowed out piece of rubber that Pop had made for Herb after his nose had been broken for the third time.
The pop internationalist scenario requires the impossible: for a cheaplabor country to run a trade surplus but still attract foreign capital.
The statements contained in this release that are not historical facts (including without limitation statements to the effect that Pop Starz or its management "believes," "expects," "anticipates," "plans," "intends," "foresees," or other similar expressions) are forward-looking statements.
Or perhaps an essay on Pop simply did not hold a high priority.
Today, 90 percent of all popcorn sold is microwave popcorn, points out Tom Elsen, vice president of marketing for Sioux City, Iowa-based Jolly Time Pop Corn, one of the top three volume popcorn processors in the world.
Well, JOLLY TIME, the makers of Healthy Pop(R) 94% Fat Free Microwave Pop Corn, believes variety is the spice of a healthy snacking life, so the company has created a useful brochure with nearly a dozen recipes for healthy creations for tasty pop corn temptations as well as tips and nutrition information for healthy snacking.
Accumulated market research notwithstanding, there is neither pop culture nor mass culture; in the end there is only personal culture.
Nobody wants to think of the possibilities: two or three players going after a pop fly and then allowing the ball to drop to the ground.
Polymers that provide high oxygen permeability for produce with high respiration rates include POP, EVA, and ULDPE.
punk has been analyzed by countless sociologically inclined pop critics.