stonewall

(from the article `rum`) ...until 1970. Rum, the major liquor distilled during the early history of the United States, was sometimes mixed with molasses and called blackstrap ...
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Stonewall

[LYNX station] The Stonewall station is a rail station for both the LYNX Blue Line and the historic Charlotte Trolley in Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina, U.S.A.. The station officially opened for service on Saturday, November 24, 2007, and as part of its opening celebration fares were not collected. Regular service with fare collection com...
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Stonewall

[solitaire] Stonewall is a solitaire card game using a deck of 52 playing cards. It is probably thus named because the player seems to break down walls in exposing more of the face-down cards. Its tableau is similar to that of Flower Garden with its beds as columns. Thirty-six cards are dealt onto the tableau into six columns of six cards e...
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Stonewall

The maximum stable flow and maximum head condition for a centrifugal compressor.
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Stonewall

To protect one's wicket at all costs, putting defence above all other virtues. See Jacques Kallis. Also a gay pride organisation
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stonewall

[v] - obstruct or hinder any discussion of
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