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piece (of the action)

 and bit of the action; slice of the action
Sl. a share in the activity or the profits. (Especially of a business scheme or gambling activity.) If you get in on that real estate deal, I want a piece, too. Deal Tom in. He wants a piece of the action.

piece

verb

piece

1. n. a sexually attractive (young) woman. (Crude.) Who’s that piece I saw you with last night?
2. n. a gun, especially a revolver. (Underworld.) Okay, this gun is aimed at your head. Drop your piece.
3. n. a tiny ponytail worn by males. Even the little boys—six and seven years old—want to wear a piece. Tony pointed out that lots of pirates wore pieces.
4. n. a piece of shit; POS; something worthless. This car is a piece. Couldn’t you gank something better?
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Then I took the pieces of cable which I had cut in the ship, and laid them in rows, one upon another, within the circle, between these two rows of stakes, up to the top, placing other stakes in the inside, leaning against them, about two feet and a half high, like a spur to a post; and this fence was so strong, that neither man nor beast could get into it or over it.
However, I made me a table and a chair, as I observed above, in the first place; and this I did out of the short pieces of boards that I brought on my raft from the ship.
At length, and by little and little, omitting something in this place, and adding something in that, Miss Snevellicci pledged herself to a bill of fare which was comprehensive enough, if it had no other merit (it included among other trifles, four pieces, divers songs, a few combats, and several dances); and they returned home, pretty well exhausted with the business of the day.
A dental hand piece is a simple rotary mechanical device that is used for polishing, removal of tooth structures, and shaping of teeth.
Place the 8-inch end of piece B near the center of piece A so it makes a T shape.
2 : one of a group, set, or mass of things <a piece of mail> <a three-piece suit>
Sometimes, when he brings back a piece she lit many years earlier, she looks at it anew and says, "I don't know the lighting designer who did those pieces--I've changed that much.
Then sometimes they will start writing a piece and change gears in the middle of the night.
Peskanov has composed each piece in the style of a well-known composer; the collection includes tributes to Beethoven, Bernstein, Bach, Gluck, Mozart and Liszt.
In the modeling, the downward velocity of the upper piece started with a constant speed of 3.
When it was originally presented in 1974 at Galerie Konrad Fischer in Dusseldorf, the piece consisted of a stack of paper, each page bearing instructions of fewer than two hundred words, to be taken and performed by the viewer.
We danced at the Plaza on Saturday night, I finished this piece on Monday morning, and Tuesday was 9/11.
The Camp Louise pottery program strives to be sure that all campers create a piece to take home--a piece that the child is proud of and the family keeps as a memory of the camp experience.
1) COLLECTION OF FERROUS: Check the auto shredder residue (ASR), or fluff, examining, the size and shape of the ferrous pieces missed by the drum(s).
Measure the perimeter of each tangram piece using a ruler.