skosh


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skosh

mod. a bit more. Move down a skosh so I can sit down.
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We think of Skosh as 'trivia for the rest of us'," said Goldbrick Games cofounder and Skosh creator Seth Blaine.
In Skosh, a round begins with two opposing teams drawing four questions each, then strategically selecting two of those questions to pass to their opponents.
Stanley enjoyed his dog, Skosh, gardening, and ponies he raised.
Vernon Jordan, on realizing that his tailor left the cuffs on the new Turnbull & Asser a skosh long;
Stone's writing is also in step with '70s soul, a lot of baby, baby, babies and a skosh of righteous strut.
After their huge hit "The Way" from All the Pain Money Can Buy, I expected some skosh of growth from Fastball, expanding their musical vocabulary to build on the nascent songwriting talents of Miles Zuniga and Tony Scalzo.
Lyrically, it's mostly boyz'n'gurlz, a bit of sermonizing ("America"), and a skosh of Jewel's former self, the crusading folkie ("Stand").
Folks, I'm a hot-and-cold fan of repurchasing stuff you already own on new or refurbished formats just to squeeze that last skosh of truth out of a recording.
If I need to fiddle with a bit of bass here or a skosh of treble there to compensate for a speaker's weakness, that speaker doesn't last long.
There's not one mistake, not one skosh of raggedness, and not one moment of joy, just a pristine, made-for TV production with a lifelessness that's inescapable.
Jackson's pop sensibilities, soaring tenor, and uncompromising determination not to rest on his laurels raises his oeuvre a skosh above the rest and miles above the rabble.
Polly Harvey debuted at a full roar, and age, love, and success haven't cut her decibels a single skosh.
Both "Waltz" and Peterson's "Watermark" are largely acoustic, lending a skosh of roots authenticity.