Nordstrom, \nord-struhm\, verb;
1.) To document your position so effectively and completely that, in the event of a very public Congressional hearing, if there are rear ends left flapping about in the breeze at the end of it, yours sure isn’t one of them.
Examples of Usage:
– “…So I made sure I Nordstromed the hell out of it…”
– “…And I told them that I would be Nordstroming that up one side and down the other, just so we were all clear on where I stood…”
– “The country is falling apart and if you have not Nordstromed your requests yet, better start before it’s too late.”
After Eric A. Nordstrom, the former Regional Security Officer at the US Embassy in Tripoli. Reposting this as a reminder to our friends in the region over there.