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    Smile chucking =? ( chucking term)

    I certainly don't think there is any call at all for chucking terms like 'prig' around
    chucking =? euphemism for assailing?

    Thanks!

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    Re: chucking =? ( chucking term)

    chucking it around - throwing it around

    "Chucking a term like "prig" around" means using that term all too casually.

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    Smile Re: chucking =? ( chucking term)

    Thank you again, RonBee. You're helpful.

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