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The Claps


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  1. A belaying pin is found too large to be easily inserted into its hole: the carpenter claps it into one of his ever-ready vices, and straightway files it smaller.
  2. Jun 09,  · Don't come for Lizzo unless she sends for you!. On Saturday (June 5), the "Truth Hurts" singer took to TikTok to call out body-shamers who comment or tag her name "every time there is a big girl on [the] app" in an attempt to either shame them and/or compare them to her.
  3. May 18,  · Key Words Elon Musk and Ivanka Trump share a moment on Twitter — then the creator of ‘The Matrix’ claps back Published: May 18, at a.m. ETAuthor: Shawn Langlois.
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  5. The clap is a very old slang term for a sexually transmitted disease (STD).It is said to come from the 13th-century French clapoire, or clapier in Modern French, meaning “rabbit hutch.” And rabbits, well, screw like rabbits. Clapoire was extended as a term for “brothel,” where one might contract an STD, lending clapoire as a term for such an illness or the sores that come with it.
  6. Clap for Our Carers, also known as Clap for Carers, Clap for the NHS or Clap for Key Workers, is a recurring not-for-profit movement created as a gesture of appreciation for the workers of the United Kingdom's National Health Service (NHS) and other key workers during the global pandemic of Coronavirus disease (COVID), which spread to the United Kingdom in January
  7. Aug 25,  · Directed by Geoff Lindsey. With David Bamber, Sebastian Brennan, Miranda Colchester, Steve Furst. An obsessive classical concertgoer (Steve Furst from the Orange ads and Little Britain) wants to be the first clapper at the end of every symphony and sonata. But when he inflicts the clap incessantly on his pianist idol (David Bamber), the tormented virtuoso decides to fight back - with music/10(4).
  8. clap definition: 1. to make a short loud noise by hitting your hands together: 2. to clap your hands repeatedly to. Learn more.

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