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13 definitions by aleksandr miaskovsky

 
1.
A sense of apathy and lassitude brought about by either societal or personal stagnation. Akin to languor, but more closely tied to existentialism and post-war Europe.
As seen in the film L'Avventura, by Michelangelo Antonioni. As characterized in post-war European literature.
by Aleksandr Miaskovsky May 04, 2004
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2.
A popular Russian-American web community where materialistic youth gathers to flaunt newly acquired cars, breasts, and conservative/racist views instilled within them by their bitter Soviet expatriate parents.
Sasha, Natasha, Pasha, Dasha, and finally Masha all realized they were on Whimit and went out in black and silver Lexus Jeeps and Maximas to drive into the sea.
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3.
Short for Dextroamphetamine (Trademark name 'Dexedrine' and 'DextroStat'), the d-isomer of amphetamine, which is twice as strong as racemic amphetamine and l-amphetamine (as found in Adderall). A CNS stimulant used in the treatment of ADHD and narcolepsy. Used recreationally in high doses as a potent stimulant.
Yelena was so spun on dexies, she danced for 6 hours straight before she crashed violently into a languid stupor.
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4.
The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived
The Greatest Man Who Ever Lived.
by Aleksandr Miaskovsky August 22, 2004
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5.
Not only a sense of listlessness, lassitude, debility, torpor, ennui, and/or melancholy, but also a way of life wherein much time is spent lying around smoking opium, listenint to peaceful, hypnotizing music and making slow, passionate love amidst whisps of bluish smoke, while the night outside is damp, warm, and ineffably still.
Certain works of Paul Verlaine.
by Aleksandr Miaskovsky May 04, 2004
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6.
The economical programme pioneered by Mikhail Gorbachev in 1986, including social reform in the name of glasnost, allowing more economical and political freedoms to the Soviet populace. As populary mentioned, this programme was not the cause of the collapse of the already weakened Soviet Union but merely a catalyst for that inevitable event.
Perestroika was a step in the right direction, allowing the populace of the USSR to formulate their own devices for the future, thereby collapsing the USSR atop themselves, willingly and rightfully. Hail Mikhail Gorbachev!
by Aleksandr Miaskovsky August 22, 2004
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7.
A variety show popular in Paris and environs from the about 1870s to the 1920s immortalized by the lavish and erotic for their time outfits of the female dancers, which consisted of feathered boas, layered underskirts and ruffly undergarments which were exposed during lively dancing numbers.
See infamous 1900 print 'FROU FROU' by Lucien-Henri Weiluc.
by Aleksandr Miaskovsky May 04, 2004
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