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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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In most of the previous studies, squatting position has been used to evaluate patients with Tetralogy of Fallot, individuals prone to vasovagal syncope, and heart transplant including diabetic cardiovascular autonomic neuropathy, and also been used as a therapeutic means to counteract the fall in BP in patients suffering from dizziness and orthostatic hypotension or presenting pre-syncope symptoms, such as soon after exercise.
In order to analyze symmetry of squatting activity, muscle activity of VL, GC and GM were compared between right and left side.
"We believe it was the combination of the squatting and tight jeans that caused the problem," he said.
Mr Grayling has asked MPs to provide evidence of the scale and impact of squatting in commercial premises.
The "consultation exercise" that preceded its introduction saw 96% of responses "not wanting to see any action taken on squatting".
The offence of squatting now carries a maximum sentence of up to six months in jail for persistent offenders, a pounds 5,000 fine or both.
However, amendments to the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders Bill, due to be introduced from September this year, will mean that anyone found squatting in any residential property could face up to a pounds 5,000 fine and a six-month prison sentence if they take up residence in another person's property.
FOLLOWING the Ministry of Justice's announcement that it plans to make squatting illegal in residential properties, VPS, the vacant property specialist, is warning the new laws could lead to a rise in people targeting empty commercial buildings.
PROPERTY experts are warning owners and managers of commercial property not to be complacent as new squatting laws could lead to a rise in squatters targeting empty commercial buildings.
Almost 30 years later, she tells KIRSTIE McCRUM that making those mistakes has taught her about life - and helped her on her way to becoming a British judo champion IT was in the early '90s while she was squatting in a home that wasn't hers that Lucy Hodges began to rethink her life choices.
THERE are fears that the Government's plans to criminalise squatting will be used to crackdown on gypsies, travellers and long-haired louts with dogs on string.
Squatting is currently treated as a matter for the civil courts, where securing an eviction order can take months and prove extremely costly.
HOW TO DO IT: Begin from a standing position then bend the knees and hips to lower the torso and to a squatting position, then returning to the upright position and repeat.
The media campaign, which began two years ago, has been successful in reducing the number of pilgrims squatting in public places by 70 percent, especially among pilgrims who come from outside Makkah.
Bottom line: Yes, you can injure yourself squatting incorrectly, but you can also learn to squat safely in order to build strong knees and legs.