227 definitions by IRISHrepublicanARMY

A computer program that erases data and/or programs from a computer system's memory, usally with malicious intent.
I got the w32.blaster.worm but i have Norton Antivirus so it wasn't a problem.
by IrishRepublicanArmy December 29, 2003
it literally means "losing my temper" or "going insane" to some degree. If you would look at the REM lyrics to the song by the same name, it makes more sense, it really has nothing to do with religion.
I was pretty much losing my religion after being forced to listen to rap music by all the freshman girls at my school.
by IrishRepublicanArmy November 18, 2003
Top 40
a FM radio format that usally plays music thats the top 40 on the charts, they may play music that is (sarcastic gasp) more then 2 years old!!!!

GET WITH THE PICTURE PEOPLE...

Top 40 stations suck, most of the good music is older, and is rock/alternative rock.
"I hate Top 40 stations"
by IrishRepublicanArmy October 12, 2003
"Our day will come" in Irish (Gaelic). Some also interprit it to be something along the lines of "Tommorow is ours"
Tiocfaidh Ár Lá is a popular phrase used by Irish Nationalists...however, me being an IRA supporter, screw them
by IrishRepublicanArmy January 05, 2004
(Repeater Term) is a scientific term used to describe a spectrum of broad band noise generated in a receiver's detector and sampled to control the receiver's squelch. This term is often incorrectly used in repeater work to describe the sounds heard when the received transmission is noisy and hard to understand, usually attributed to a weak signal and the repeater receiver limiters are not engaged.
Many people do not understand the correct usage of 'white noise'
by IrishRepublicanArmy January 01, 2004
FREQUENCY MODULATION

radio modulation techique where information (usally voice or music) is added to the signal and changed by varying the freqeuncy of the transmitter. FM is the most commonly used modulation for radio signals techneque above 30 MHz.

the term "FM" is also used to refer to the broadcast band from 88.1 to 107.9 MHz, using that same modulation mode.
FM signals have less static because changes in frequency do not pick up interferance that AM-modulated signals do.
by IrishRepublicanArmy October 17, 2003
703
The area code for Northern Virginia
for more information about the NOVA area, look at theses definitions:
Fairfax County Public Schools
Virginia
NOVA
Chantilly High School
Fairfax High School
by IrishRepublicanArmy January 05, 2004

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