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1. verb; Ambush journalism.
2. verb; to use selective editing to make a news story out of a non-issue

Origin: Mark Riley (chief political editor for Channel 7 News, Australia) ambushed Tony Abbott, leader of the Australian Coalition party, over comments of "shit happens..." made to commanding officers about the death of one of their troopers during visit a to Afghanistan. Using selective editing Riley attempted to make out that Abbott was insensitive to the death of the soldier when he made the comment.
Obama was Mark Riley'd during his opening speech at congress yesterday.
by pi3142 February 09, 2011
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The horrible moment when you realise that you have accidentally done something very slightly wrong which has very bad (usually embarassing) implications for you. This is typically the moment of realisation that you just sent a dirty text message to a close member of family, typically your mother, rather than the intended recipient.
Message: "i'm free this afternoon so come over and fuck me senseless, my parents will be out all day"
Recipient: Mum
Message Sent
- Onosecond occurs here -
by Jimmed September 26, 2006
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