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If A is holding B by the balls and curlies, B is unwillingly at A's disposal because A knows things about B that B doesn't want to be known by anybody else. Blackmail is in the air but not always A has threatened B of anything.
Rowell simply tollerates Nelson and everything is quiet on the surface because Nelson holds Rowell by the balls and curlies.
by Stteffannos September 21, 2010
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