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7 definitions by Grimm_Demize

 
1.
The Emerald City, a gem to the Pac. Northwest. Home to the Space-needle, Bank of America tower, Key West Arena, Safeco Field, and Seahawks stadium, it is truly an up-and-coming city.

It also happens to be a haven to people with -all- interests and styles of life, as shown by another definition to Seattle.

And ohh yeah, we're smart, too.
I'm so glad to live in Seattle.
by Grimm_Demize June 28, 2003
 
2.
The greatest hip hop group to ever walk this Earth. Composed of mildly famous rappers Q-Tip and Phife Dawg, along with Ali Shaheed (Who makes their beats), they held a virtual monopoly on their genre of hip hop during the Early/mid 1990's. Their best work can be found in the tracks "Award Tour", "Bonita Applebum", "Electric Relaxation", "Da Booty", "Check the rhime" (No, I did not mispell that), "Can I kick it?" and "Find a way".

However, the group is now disbanded, with no knowledge of what the future may hold for this exceptional tandem.
Any modern day hip hop fan, black, white, asian or hispanic, would call you "gay" for listening to A Tribe Called Quest or De La Soul, simply because the two groups don't rap about drugs, whores and violence.
by Grimm_Demize September 28, 2003
 
3.
The SNES, maybe the most beloved console of all time. Despite it's rival produced by Sega (Which was also a legendary console), the SNES was boosted above legendary status by classic games such as FF3, Chrono Trigger, the Donkey Kong Trilogy, F-Zero, the Mario titles it carried, and of course, The Legend of Zelda-Link's Awakening.

While it was a hot item in it's time, it has now been spread around the internet for free in the form of emulators, and the games have been converted into roms. This adds to the legacy the SNES left behind of being the most playable and memory-laden projects undertaken by a gaming company.
Despite all the other legendary consoles (And those that are to come in the future), the SNES will always have it's own place in the world of gaming.
by Grimm_Demize June 25, 2003
 
4.
1. The robotic, Mutant hunting villians from Marvel's legendary X-Men universe

2. The robotic, human hunting villians from The Matrix trilogy, also referred to as "Squiddies"

3. A horribly overpowered yet badass character in Capcom's modern classic, MVC2, or Marvel VS Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes
1. The Sentinels were created by Dr. Bolivar Trask to capture and destroy all mutants

2. In the third Matrix film, there's an awesome scene where 250,000 Sentinels are invading Zion

3. Some of the world's best Sentinel players are from Seattle (Northwest Pride!)
by Grimm_Demize July 30, 2004
 
5.
The online screen name of a one "Drew Franklin", the writer of this definition.

Just a cool sounding nickname I guess.
I took the idea for "Grimm_Demize" from Byron, but now he's a perverted drug addict enslaved by an online bitch in San Antonio.
by Grimm_Demize October 28, 2003
 
6.
Doctor J.

This guy in my math class from Denver, but stuck in Tacoma. A fellow Colorado four corners/Colorado native.
Dr. J and Travis give Mr. Long hell in 4th period.
by Grimm_Demize October 28, 2003
 
7.
Steven Hill, this overweight Anime addict in my Computer class last year. He never seemed to have been in water, and picked his scabs in class.

Hence the name.
"Can I get a napkin Mr. Toles?"
by Grimm_Demize October 28, 2003