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  • noun A small piece of freeform crochet or knitting that can be joined to make a larger piece of freeform work.


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  • Or in football, you just call a Hail Mary play and burned Red China for 50 yards Hu's humiliation, you are in red zone, you take a QB kneel, what's next, QB scrumble or FB rush?

    US-Chen Stopover spat: Because of NUC? Michael Turton 2006


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  • Nor could the scrumble of papers he carried have been any use because he composed his lectures the way flies buzz - in the moment and out of instinct.

    - William Gass, The Tunnel

    May 18, 2009