2 definitions by Murasaki Yugata

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Known as SMG for short, this actress is probably best known for her work on the cult hit television show Buffy: The Vampire Slayer. She has won several awards, including a Daytime Emmy for her performance in All My Children. She has also starred in a number of movies including Cruel Intentions and The Grudge, and is currently continuing to pursue her movie career.

Sarah has a reputation in Hollywood as being incredibly professional, talented, kind, and smart. She has developed a wide and dedicated fanbase over the years due to her abilities, charisma, and generosity. There are also a number of people who have developed a certain amount of disdain for her, including fans of Buffy who don't feel that she has given them enough attention, those who believe various unflattering rumors about her character, and those who call her acting talent itself into question. Those who have known her and worked with her, however, almost always have only positive things to say about her dedication to her craft, her personality, and her skills.
"(Sarah Michelle Gellar) has been doing this for her whole life, and that could make a person completely strange and...stupid. But Sarah thinks about the whole picture. She could direct. She could produce. She can do all of those things very ably. She's as good an actress as I've ever worked with, and believe me when I say that I am as bitter a man about actors as you will ever meet." - Joss Whedon
by Murasaki Yugata March 14, 2006
town/ta:n/ Pronunciation: 'taün (toun)

Function: noun
Etymology: Mid to low English, from Old English "tûn", group, bunch, weapon; akin to Late low High Swiss/Deutsch "zûn", oppressive enclave (literally); place where leather shorts are considered appropriate dress. Old Irish town; town
Date: before 4th century

1. a. Abbr. t. T. tn. An incorporated settlement, larger than a village and smaller than a city. b. The inhabitants of such a settlement. 2. populated area, its size being somewhere between a city and a village. 3. The main city of a populated area. 4. the people that comprise said population center. 5. a cluster or clump of groups called a town: See town 6. a group of prairie dog burrows

-on the town: to pursue entertainment or amusement (as city nightlife) especially as a relief from routine; to town around: to act in a humorous fashion like a town; what goes around comes to town: the belief that the energy a person puts out will show back up in a populated area uninvited
EX: The blokes who lived in the flat finished their bangers and mash, turned off the telly and took the lift down to the pavement in order to queue for the tram just like the rest of the bloody town.
by Murasaki Yugata March 26, 2007

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