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dyke

1. A derogatory and highly offensive term for a woman who is masculine in appearance and/or sensibility. Typically used of lesbians who exhibit such traits.
2. A reclaimed term (see Definition 1) used by homosexuals for a woman who is masculine in appearance and/or sensibility. Typically used of lesbians who exhibit such traits. Yeah, I'm a dyke who's attracted to femmes.

dike

and dyke
n. a lesbian; a bulldiker. (Rude and derogatory.) Who’s the dike in the cowboy boots?

dyke

verb
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A Bulacan contractor, Katha Builders, built the dike, which cost P10 million.
Second, that the national government, with Public Works Secretary Rogelio Singson in the lead, conducted dialogues and consultations with stakeholders regarding the road dike solution.
[3] studied the scour and flow field at a spur dike in a 90 degree channel.
Timing of Early Jurassic "feeder" dike emplacement, northern Appalachians: Evidence for synchronicity with basin basalts.
To exclude the interference of channel length on the spur dike field, the length of numerical flume is taken as 100 m after several trials.
After cutting and removing stumps, the earthen dike will be graded and stabilized, and grass will be planted.
A group of men lift the dirt clogs and help secure them on the backs of the workers who then carry them to the river and wade out into the moving water to drop them onto the expanding dike. Layers of clogs and straw are built up, and the dike is extended farther into the river.
Mr Rickman provided the reference when Mr Dike, who had joined the Ringwood, Hampshire firm in August 1999, applied for a job as associate partner with St James's Place Wealth Management Group plc.
Over 100 years into mining production in Sudbury offset mineral dikes that could lead to new economical ore bodies are still being found.
3, the designed height of the dike was 4.8 m with base and top elevations at 0.7 m and 5.5 m respectively.
The World Wildlife Foundation and the Japan Wetlands Action Network joined with local fishermen in repeatedly petitioning the Japanese government to halt the construction of the dike. In 1998, Hirofumi Yamashita, a local anti-development activist who had worked and organized against the destruction of the bay's tidelands since 1972, was awarded the Goldman Environmental Prize for his untiring efforts.
At least 94 meters of the 300-meter dike in Barangay (village) Sta.
The Massachusetts Water Resources Authority is about to begin a project to clear trees, stumps and underbrush at the south dike to address this important issue.
has identified Pele's Levack property as being a quartz diorite dike.
Global trends of urbanization to lowland may cause serious damage to society once a river dike fails due to natural hazards such as typhoon, earthquakes, tsunami, and storm surge, as was seen in the Hurricane Katrina case in 2005.