Saturday, October 01, 2005

Lillian the Librarian here with our Charlie Chan Dictionary!
(Courtesy of www.charliechan.info)
We'll be having entries for Charlie Chan at the Circus, our Monday Night Chat Room at www.charliechan.info (8:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. [EDT] and we start our tapes/DVD's at 8:30).
(Courtesy of www.charliechan.info)
Dope (slang): Information.
(Lieutenant Mac: "Now, here's the dope.")
Grilling (slang): To question relentlessly; to cross-examine.
Honky-tonk: A cheap bar or dance hall.
(Lady Tiny: "He was only used to honky-tonks.")
Jug (slang): A jail.
(Lieutenant Macy: "I'm going to give them a few hours in the jug.")
On the up and up (slang): The truth.
(Lieutenant Macy: "This marriage certificate is on the up and up.")
Pinch (slang): To take into custody.
(Lieutenant Macy: ". . . I'm going to pinch the whole show.")
Rumba: (1) A dance of Cuban origin, combining complex footwork with a pronounce movement of the hips.
(2) A modern ballroom adaptation of this dance.
(3) Music for this dance or in this style.
(Courtesy of wwww.charliechan.info.)

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