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29 definitions by Diana

 
1.
God's way of telling me he loves me.
$25 for 2 grams? are you seeerious? aww whatevah...i love you.
by Diana March 18, 2005
 
2.
SAT
Stands for Scholastic Assessment Test. This test is required by most colleges, though some will accept the ACT instead. The SAT has come under much controversy, especially because so much weight is put on how well a student does on a single test. Many opponents of the exam have said that many students are creative, but cannot perform well on standardized tests. Also, it is now popularly believed that wealthy students can "buy" their SAT score. Many hire the best programs and tutors that money can afford to get high scores. As a result, there is a notable difference between races and social classes in their SAT scores.

However, the SAT was revised as of 2005. Previously, the Math and Verbal SAT were on a scale of 800 (the scale starts at 200) separately, people often stated their score out of 1600, adding together both scores. The new SAT has many changes. Firstly, it has three catagories: Math, Critical Reading, and Writing, and therefore ones' total score would be out of 2400 rather than 1600. Also, the infamous analogies, a section that was particularly dreaded by high school juniors and seniors, have been removed. Finally, components of the SAT II: Writing have been combined, including the 25 minute essay. This section has been criticized as well, especially because only two graders read it once (Each grades on a scale of 0-6, and those two numbers are added together).

The SAT is resented by many students and in recent years the ACT has become more popular, because of its more straight-forward testing approach. However, at the moment the SAT is still needed to apply to many colleges.
The SAT is a test that many people feel to be an unfair way to judge the worth of a student.
by Diana August 22, 2005
 
3.
One who follows the teachings of Buddha, and does not believe but seeks out the truth and acquires knowledge instead of faith. One who is aware of reincarnation, samsara, dukkha, and nirvana.
The Buddhist quietly practiced vipassana meditation each day, and under the guidance of her guru she finally reached enlightenment.
by Diana February 17, 2004
 
4.
1. A word squished in between to others while not really making much sense or much of a difference.

It is usually put in between a noun and a verb. It is commonly used when describing an action.
"I told him not to" becomes:
"I done told him not to."
by Diana January 26, 2004
 
5.
A show about the lives of three sister witches, originally: Prue (Shannen Doherty), Piper (Holly Marie Combs), and Phoebe (Alyssa Milano). After Shannen Doherty was fired between seasons 3 and 4, her character Prue was killed off. The show replaced her with a long-lost half-sister named Paige (played by Rose McGowan). Charmed has been on the air for 8 seasons now, making it the longest running show of female protagonists.
Many have criticized the show for its changes in recent seasons. The show contains more innuendo and the women don skimpier outfits. Where the show was once focused on sisterhood it now shifts to the women's relationships. In addition, a new character named Billie was added to the cast for the 8th season. Many have objected to her addition because they feel not enough time is focused on the sisters.
Friend #1: Do you still watch Charmed?
Friend #2: Ha! I haven't watched that show since Cole and Phoebe were together. It's all gone to crap.
by Diana April 09, 2006
 
6.
A word like Boriqua,except for cubans.
Ey dawg look at dat fine lil cubanita ove durr.
by DiAnA January 31, 2005
 
7.
Skeeter's lil brother told Doug that he was "Big Nose Big Nose"
(sketter's lil bro) big nose big nose!!
by Diana August 11, 2004