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- noun idiomatic A phrase used by morse code
operatorsfor a longer than usual conversation, generally a conversation extending about 30 minutes.
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Now the rag-chewing has begun over again, and Bob is doing the lordly contempt act just as Jeems did before the late unpleasantness.
Larry has been licensed since 1968, and enjoys chasing DX, contesting, rag-chewing, working IOTA contacts, and logging TenTen numbers.
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