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Meriadoc Brandybuck, a hobbit of the Shire. Friend of Pippin, Frodo, and Samwise, and member of the Fellowship of the Ring.
We shall see the shire again!
by EJL January 28, 2004
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Extremely luxurious mobile phone (called a "communication instrument"). Made by a special division of Nokia, it is made of various precious metals, and hand-wrapped in leather.

Stainless steel (cheapest): $7,800 USD
Yellow Gold: $20,000 USD
White Gold: $30,000 USD
Platinum: $40,000 USD
Pure Untreated Platinum: $700,000 USD

That Vertu costs as much as a Ferrari Enzo.
by EJL March 23, 2004
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Beatbox is the 5th element of hiphop and is known for its creativity of a person making sounds or beats with their mouth.
want to have a beatbox battle? i will trash you!
by EJL May 14, 2004
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l33tsp33k replacement for the exclamation mark. Originates to the common typo in which a "1" is typed instead of an exclamation mark, as a result of the shift key not being held down. This evolved into the current derivative where the term "one" is fully typed.
by EJL December 28, 2004
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A limited-production, highly exclusive supercar produced by Ferrari for the 2003 model year. The Enzo features a 650-hp V-12 engine, an F1-inspired exterior styled by Pininfarina, and employs much of the technology developed for Ferrari's F1 cars. The Enzo was sold to the best clients of the company through invitation, and it's original MSRP was approx. $660,000 US dollars (although the present median second-hand price is over $1.1 million dollars). Production was strictly limited to 399 units, officially available in only black, yellow, and red. It's name is an homage to the late, great Enzo Ferrari, legendary founder of Ferrari.
The Ferrari Enzo is the latest in the company's line of limited-edition supercars, including the 288 GTO, the F40, and F50.
by EJL December 13, 2004
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Is that your Jag XKR?
by EJL November 06, 2003
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November 10th, 2004
by Jayson Blair
New York (AP) - Music/Fashion mogul Sean "P. Diddy" Combs may be a suspect in a series of violent murders, in which of the victims were all un-registered voters, or registered voters who did not participate in the 2004 Elections. All six victims were killed in the same manner, with a single gunshot to the head. Police believe these murders are a direct response to the "warning" Combs has made repeatedly during the past few months; "Vote or Die". While many saw the "Vote or Die" campaign as being simply an innapropriately-named event, it now seems possible that Combs was fully serious in his words, and that he is now carrying out his promise. While Combs is currently not a suspect, the police have not ruled out his involvement completely. Combs' publicist was unavailable for comment at this time.
Actually, this never happened. "Vote or Die!" is still a pretty stupid name for a campaign, though.
by EJL November 15, 2004
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