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kick bollocks scramble

A wild, chaotic, or panicked situation, especially among or involving many people simultaneously. Primarily heard in UK. With funding from local councils spread so thin these days, it's always a kick bollocks scramble in December for charities to meet their yearly quota with donations. The whole pub descended into a kick bollocks scramble after one bloke threw a punch at another.
See also: bollock, kick, scramble

scramble for someone or something

to push and struggle to get to someone or something. All the teenagers scrambled for the rock star but couldn't catch him. The children scrambled for the candy as it fell from the pinata.
See also: scramble

scrambled eggs

n. rank insignia on a military officer’s uniform. I know his rank is high because of the “scrambled eggs,” but I don’t know how high.
See also: egg, scramble
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To bring this to life, Toaster Scrambles created the "Breakfast #MeatEquality" infographic, highlighting the disparity between the bacon and sausage buzz.
The conversation won't change overnight, but for the next 30 days, Toaster Scrambles is asking sausage supporters to tweet their support for the #MeatEquality movement to help even up the conversation.
Try the four flavors of the new and improved Toaster Scrambles pastries: Sausage, Egg, and Cheese; Bacon, Egg, and Cheese; Bacon, Sausage, Egg, and Cheese; and Egg and Cheese.
This qualifier will follow an 18-hole scramble format.
According to the report, the latest quarterly number was up from 54 scrambles for the July-September period and 15 for April-June.
Does the quarterback scramble to run or does he scramble to throw?
Receivers backside of a scramble will stay on the same yard line and work horizontally to the quarterback.
Receivers will remain stationary if they are open to the side of the scramble.
75 Scrambles in Oregon: Best Nontechnical Ascents" is a trade paperback published by The Mountaineers Books of Seattle.
In addition to mileages and elevations for each scramble, Bond also tells readers how much time a trip is likely to take and what time of year is best to visit.
Nielsen research shows that once they've tasted Toaster Scrambles, "repeat business is extremely strong.
In the Broncos' 31-6 season-opening romp over the Jets, Elway used that pigeon-toed scramble of his to break from the collapsing pocket and fired a 39-yard laser of a pass to Ed McCaffrey for a touchdown.
The Phantom's scrambler does exactly what its name implies: it scrambles any signal it receives.
Moving back to the solution to the touchscreen PIN problem, the team working on CyanogenMod OS has come up with a fix that scrambles the digits on the device's keyboard, according to (http://www.
To be precise, every time a user logs into his/her phone, the keyboard scrambles the buttons on the display, so that each time the numbers are positioned in a different location.