2 definitions by RobitJ

To row with an oar in each hand versus both hands on one oar as in sweep in a sliding seat rigged boat that is long and narrow. Usually a single rower. The opposite of the Team Sport of Crew. Great sport for the solitary athlete.
He sculls. She rows but she hates crew.
Por RobitJ 14 de diciembre de 2008
To De-bone a magazine. Going through a magazine before you read it to take out all the cardboard cards of offers that are scattered throughout the pages.

This is so completely habit forming that you will find yourself de-boning magazines that you do not even read: ex.-Doctors Office, Dentist, Waiting Rooms.
When I get my Consumer Reports or Field and Stream, I de-bone them first. I hate those little cards falling out or in my way when I read.
Por RobitJ 10 de diciembre de 2011

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