rack off


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rack off

vb
(intr, adverb; usually imperative) slang Austral and NZ to go away; depart
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As I lifted his beautiful rack off the ground, my jubilation was suddenly interrupted.
The potato chips it sells, for example, aren't just on a rack off to the side, but also line the counter that people walk alongside to order.
There's the occasional witty line and good Aussie insult like 'rack off you drongo'.
Morbidelli's Universal 3615 Nested Based Machine, available from SCM Group, includes a heavy-duty screw lift table, rack off loading system and belt conveyor, and is designed to permit continuous work flow while only requiring one operator.
29-41.650'N, 83-34.101'W) and inside the Bird Rack off Big Grass Island (29-43.438'N, 83-34.373'W), both spots known over the years to produce good catches.
Don't carry unneccessary weight in the car and take that roof box or rack off if it's not being used because the aerodynamic drag it causes will use fuel.
Take the roof rack off If you're not using your roof rack then remove it.
Next the stag hunt got bad--an aphrodisiac operation trapped and cut the rack off the bulls.
The building was previously a Wine Rack off licence and opened between 10am and 10pm.