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  • verb The back of the knee.
  • verb UK To crumple, crush or wad (like a piece of paper).


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  • A claim that is ridiculous given than he opposes even the Kyoto treaty on climate change: ‘But of all the tough-guy acts that Bush has performed in his first few months, of all the pieces of exuberant Reaganism, nothing has so intoxicated the world with hate as his decision to scrumple up the Kyoto protocol and use if for putting practice in the White House …

    Fight The Compass Lies About Boris Newmania 2007


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  • To scribble something down and then soon crumple it up.

    July 13, 2008