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- n. The act of ending or concluding something.
- n. The last part of something; a conclusion.
- n. A practical joke or tease.
- adj. Operated by a coiled spring that is wound by hand.
- v. (UK) To convince somebody that something is true, especially when it is not, often for humorous purposes
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Deduct an estimated 70,000 lost Census Bureau jobs and her windup is an overall loss of between 45,000 to 50,000 jobs.
Mr. Maine said he's not convinced that his windup is the cause of his strange injury.
The windup was a new "seat" installed and a cushion for the "kicking mule."
The windup was the obvious and strongest Liberal line: "Don't vote for protest parties."
Just because he's diminutive doesn't mean he can't pitch, and he's proven that while his windup is a bit funky, his mechanics are so good that it isn't a risk at this point (and the two Cy Youngs in a row should have put that to rest).
AngusT, you have a "windup" that seems to last forever before the pitch: after all that, you're not even going to contribute for a while?!
[[User: AngusT | AngusT]] 10: 43, 22 December 2009 (EST):::: AngusT, you have a "windup" that seems to last forever before the pitch: after all that, you're not even going to contribute for a while?!
He has a "windup" delivery that takes too long and will need work at the college level.
Like any other rookie QB, he has some work to do but I liked what I say and even though he has this issue with the "windup" as many prefer to call it, he still got the ball out of there when he had even average protection and I watched him actually release the ball before Branson even made his cut and turned to look and the ball was right where it should be so I also think this whole mechanics is not as big a long term problem as it is made out to be by some.
Response to Ghostdoc's puerile attempt a "windup":) ATB