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roger

In radio terminology, it means, “I have received and understood all of your transmission.” The term cannot be used to reply to a question requiring a direct positive or negative answer.
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Verification questions are similar to the echoing or rogering questions so commonly held by users, in that the questioner already knows a supposed answer, as opposed to questions that elicit totally new knowledge.
Robbing, ripping things apart and (underage) rogering.
Russell, 31, gave castaway Amy Blackburn a Jolly Rogering for six months after cheekily fishing her out of the audience on his own telly show.
We've all seen too many good horses packed in those wiggly bits of polystyrene throughout their racing careers, and then whisked off to the rogering sheds before they're metaphorically out of short trousers, so Lord Derby could have escaped with barely a murmur of public dissent if he'd done the sensible thing and drawn stumps with Ouija Board once she'd clouted two Classics and a Breeders' Cup to the boundary last year.
Much of the play comprises the faintly smutty and farcical banter of these three whisky-fuelled law-makers as they strut across their floral set with chat of 'rogering' and Spice Girls and that old comic chestnut, celebrity chefs.
The first New Labour MP to be discovered getting jiggy outside of the marital bed was that rogering rogue, Robin Cook.
From parking on the street to buying a bleedin' mineral water in a bar, the act of rogering the public has become a full-time occupation for those running business here.