kick back

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to relax

I'm going to stay home Saturday and just kick back.

(Slang) relax, take it easy
If you kick back, you relax. As soon as they've finished up, they kick back and wait for the next show
pay a kickback; make an illegal payment
spring back, as from a forceful thrust; "The gun kicked back into my shoulder"
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In contract bridge, an ace asking convention initiated by the first step above four of the agreed trump suit
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a dangerous buildup of gas pressure at the wellhead
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recoil; a sudden backward motion, usually in the direction of the operator
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the board separating one bowling lane from another at the pit end
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an accident wherein an object being cut by a rotating blade or disk, such as a circular saw, is caught by the blade and thrown outward
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a clandestine payment in return for a favor; especially an illegal one
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A payment to a third party in return for the referral of a customer, client or business
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a variant of key-card Blackwood in which the asking bid is one step above four of the agreed trump suit
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any money, fee, commission, credit, gift, gratuity, thing of value, or compensation of any kind which is provided, directly or indirectly, to a contractor, contractor's employee, subcontractor or subcontractor's employee for the purpose of improperly obtaining or rewarding favorable treatment in connection with a contract This definition is taken from a memorandum dated May 4, 1987 from Joyce Freedman, Assistant Vice President for Research, entitled, "Anti-Kickback Act of 1986" (see guideline 210)
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Sharing a portion of the amount billed with someone involved in the process
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A variant of Roman Key Card Blackwood in which the asking bid is one step above four of the agreed trump suit The concept is to ask for Key Cards at a lower level than with other Blackwood variations It was first suggested by Mr Jeff Rubens in the Bridge World magazine in 1981 The concept is that the bid immediately above four of the agreed trump suit is used to ask for Key Cards, thereby consuming bidding space If the Club suit is the agreed trump suit, then 4 Diamonds is used as Kickback If the Diamond suit is the agreed trump suit, then 4 Hearts is used as Kickback, and so on With Spades as the agreed trump suit, then 4 No Trump is used If, however, the bid of 4 No Trump is an idle bid, then the bid of 4 No Trump can be used as a cuebid in the Kickback suits Kickback followed by five of the Kickback suit strongly suggests a grand slam and possession of all the Key Cards plus the Queen of Trump and asks for specific Kings
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{i} strong reaction, repercussion; recoil, sudden backwards jump; bribe, payment given to someone as a reward for making something possible
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Payment made to someone for referral of a customer or business Generally speaking, kickbacks are illegal The reason is that, unlike a commission, a kickback is made without the customer's knowledge; thus, the referral could have been made without the customer's best interest at heart Secret kickbacks to a lender from a provider of a service are specifically prohibited by the Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act
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The dangerous action that happens when a saw suddenly jumps backward out of a cut, or when a stationary power saw throws a piece of wood back at the operator
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In the context of finance, refers to compensation of dealers by sales finance companies for discounting installment purchase paper In the context of contracts, refers to secret payments made to insure that the contract goes to a specific firm
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When a workpiece is thrown back, in the opposite direction the cutter is turning
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Gratuitous payment made to a person for a referral of business
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A kickback is a sum of money that is paid to someone illegally, for example money which a company pays someone to arrange for the company to be chosen to do an important job. alleged kickbacks and illegal party financing. money that someone pays secretly and dishonestly in return for someone's help = bribe
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The sudden and dangerous jump of the butt of a falling tree as it comes down Also, the abrupt and dangerous backward movement of a chainsaw toward the operator, often caused by touching the moving chain at the tip of the bar to an object when starting to cut
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a payment; especially an illegal one
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recoil
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a commercial bribe paid by a seller to a purchasing agent in order to induce the agent to enter into the transaction
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Used in the context of finance Refers to the practice whereby dealers are compensated and paid by sales finance companies for discounting installment purchase paper Used in the context of contracts to refer to secret payments that are made to insure that the contract goes to a specific firm Illegal
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A payment of money or other thing of value to an agent of the Union as a reward for favorable treatment in connection with an agent's duties to the Union or Union benefit plan See Chapter I, §1(A)(2)(c)
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Payment made to someone for referral of a customer or business Unlike a commission, a kickback is made without the customer's knowledge; thus, the referral could have been made without the customer's best interest at heart
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