strop


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strop

1. a leather strap or an abrasive strip for sharpening razors
2. a rope or metal band around a block or deadeye for support
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Louis Cardinals, Pedro Strop, Baltimore Orioles Relief Pitcher, Select Bethesda Big Train Players, Big Train Manager, Sal Colangelo
dankszy: If you flounce in a strop from an office and there's nobody there to see or hear it, is it really a flounce in a strop?
Rock hit out at the rapper for having a strop after failing to win a gong at the MTV Awards.
EVEN multi-millionaire, pampered sportsmen occasionally get in a strop.
He laughed: 'I'm actually getting in a strop now just thinking about it
She said: "Technical drawings for each project are supplied by the design team and each strop has to be made to a very strict standard.
But in the end he did exactly the same as Franny and then throws a strop because the fans disapprove.
Joseph Koshansky and Pedro Strop each hit a solo home run, and then Florentino Nunez drilled a single to left.
Last time he had a strop over me telling him that I was fed up with his strops.
Instead she threw a strop, posed briefly for a couple of pictures and then stormed off.
I let him take it even though I had a bit of a strop on.
EIGHTIES icon Boy George needs to karma, karma down after he reportedly had a strop in a Newport nightclub.