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To leave, bust out, split, or otherwise vacate the premises.

Ref: In aviation, chocks are blocks placed under a plane's wheels to prevent its rolling away when parked. Hence, to "pull chocks" is to remove said blocks, allowing the aircraft to taxi to the runway and take off.
1: Hey dude this place is dead - whaddya say we pull chocks and try somewhere else?

2: Well fellas, it's getting late, so I think I'm about ready to pull chocks.
by usnav8rbandit January 17, 2010
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Pilot jargon for relax, slow down, or take it easy.

REF: In aviation, to reduce fuel flow to your engines, resulting in a slower burn rate and thus, a slower cruising airspeed.
-Got any big plans this weekend?
-Nah, just gonna throttle back a bit and recharge my batteries.
by usnav8rbandit January 18, 2010
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Aviation term, short for "recage your gyro," meaning to reset one's attitude indicator to the horizon during the preflight checks.

Used as slang it means to take a step back, balance oneself, or get back on the same page as everyone else.
-Dude, this has been a crazy week - I'm totally drained!
-Well at least now we have a couple days to recage!
by usnav8rbandit January 18, 2010
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"Break up and rendezvous" in Navy talk - colloquially used when making plans with buddies, i.e. to leave the present location and meet up elsewhere.
-You guys wanna bravo romeo?
-Yeah, where are we gonna go?
-Seville's always a good play, maybe Intermission...
-How 'bout Will Call?
-Sounds like a plan!
by usnav8rbandit January 17, 2010
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