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shack up with (someone)
to live with someone without marrying him or her
When my sister was younger she shacked up with her boyfriend for two years.
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    Throwing the jack

    A game begins with a coin toss to determine which team plays first. The team that wins the toss begins the game by placing the circle, throwing the jack, and throwing the first boule. The jack must be thrown to a distance of 6 10m from the inside of the circle. A jack that is thrown too short, or too long, must be re thrown.


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