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cop a squat

slang To sit down. You guys got a great spot for the fireworks—can I cop a squat here with you?
See also: cop, squat

take a shit

vulgar slang To defecate. I wouldn't mind the neighbor's dog getting into my yard if it didn't always take a shit on my lawn!
See also: shit, take

diddly-squat

Nothing; anything at all (when used in negative statements). I have to admit that I know diddly-squat when it comes to computers. Unless you give me something in writing, that promise isn't worth diddly-squat.

doodly-squat

Nothing; anything at all (when used in negative statements). I have to admit that I know doodly-squat when it comes to computers. Unless you give me something in writing, that promise isn't worth doodly-squat.

pop a squat

1. slang To sit down. You guys got a great spot for the fireworks—can I pop a squat here with you? Come pop a squat beside me and I'll show you what I'm working on.
2. rude slang To defecate or, of a woman, to urinate while squatting on the ground. I love pretty much everything about camping except having to pop a squat in the woods.
See also: pop, squat

take a squat

1. slang To sit down. You guys got a great spot for the fireworks—can I take a squat here with you? Come take a squat beside me and I'll show you what I'm working on.
2. rude slang To defecate or, of a woman, to urinate while squatting on the ground. I love pretty much everything about camping except having to take squats in the woods.
See also: squat, take

cop a squat

Sl. to sit down. Hey, man! Come in and cop a squat here next tome. Cop a squat and crack a tube.
See also: cop, squat

cop a squat

tv. to sit down. Cop a squat and crack a tube.
See also: cop, squat

diddly-squat

and (doodly-)squat (ˈdɪdliskwɑt and ˈdudliskwɑt)
n. nothing. (Folksy. Originally black or southern.) This contract isn’t worth diddly-squat.

doodly-squat

verb

squat

verb

squat

1. in. to sit (down). Come on in and squat for a while.
2. n. nothing. (see also diddly-squat.) I earn just a little more than squat, but I am very pleased with my life.

take a shit

and take a crap and take a dump and take a squat
tv. to defecate. (It is always taken not given, done, or put. Shit is the most offensive with the others following in descending order of offense.) Hurry up in there! I gotta take a shit. Why didn’t you take a squat before we left home?
See also: shit, take

take a squat

verb
See also: squat, take
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The building was legalised in the late 1990s as a result of a deal worked out between 13 squatted buildings and the administration of New York mayor Giuliani: the deal was signed by Guiliani's successor, Mayor Bloomberg.
All subjects squatted down until the hamstrings touched the foam cubes and then jumped as high as possible.
James recently came down from 83kg bodyweight, where he had squatted over 300kg.
Not surprisingly when squatting is reported in the media it often cites an example of the homeowner who "goes on holiday, and returns to find his home squatted".
According to VPS, the basic minimum clean-up bill for a small commercial property, such as a pub, after being squatted can be upwards of pounds 1,500.
The majority of damage to squatted properties takes place within the first 48 hours of the premises becoming occupied, so protection is vital.
Subjects squatted, slowly, with a lightweight wooden across their shoulders until they gently touched stop pads positioned in a squat rack.
One member of that elite--George Washington--complained in 1783 of the "Banditti who will bidd defiance to all Authority while they are skimming and disposing of the Cream of the Country at the expense of many." But when he tried to eject the people who had squatted on his Virginia farmland, his lawyer warned that, in Ford's words, "If he succeeded in his suit against the settlers on his estate, they would probably burn his barns and fences.
Under English law, even if someone squatted mistakenly on another person's land and made improvements, he could not recover the value of what he had done.
People squatted for many reasons, including the inability to find affordable housing and as a base for political groups and projects.
No objective results have been obtained to provide coaches and players a reference regarding the influence of squatted throwing involving various squatting posture widths and different approaches for delivering the ball.
MacPhee is also responsible for the book layout, and the stylish two-page photo spreads and series of smaller images embedded within the text really convey an appreciation of the European squatter aesthetic and the vibrancy of the movement, while providing a useful sense of scale (of the squatted buildings and police repression--both usually massive).