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post #121 of 128
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http://images.webster-dictionary.org/dict/103/755739-cant-dog.gif


Cant Dog is also the name of a trail at the Loaf

 

Telluride, Colorado has a trail called Kant-Mak-M (can't make 'em).

post #122 of 128
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Can't believe we didn't think of those. 
There's that word again! Can't Kant cant people make up their minds?
post #123 of 128
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Pitch (photo by Keoki Flagg)

post #124 of 128

^^^Hmmm...

 

Not a skiing specific term.  A brown roof, for instance, could have pitch.

post #125 of 128
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Originally Posted by bumpfreaq View Post

^^^Hmmm...

Not a skiing specific term.  A brown roof, for instance, could have pitch.

Or a spruce tree. And then your jacket.
post #126 of 128
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^^^Hmmm...

 

Not a skiing specific term.  A brown roof, for instance, could have pitch.

But.......as a skier, the first thing that comes to mind is.........

post #127 of 128

I didn't look through all 5 pages so sorry in advance if this is a dup:

 

Words that have two meanings, although technically not one word...

 

 

"nice day"

 

It totally depends on who is saying this. Some of my best days are days many won't go out or spend most of the day in the lodge.  

post #128 of 128
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Originally Posted by DesiredUsername View Post

There's that word again! Can't Kant cant people make up their minds?

Jamt tells me that "Kant" means "edge" in Swedish. So maybe we could accept it.

IOS alway wants to change Jamt to Kant anyway.

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