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15 definitions by signull

 
1.
An extremely strong cigarette made by the "Camel" brand. These particular cigarettes have no filters in them, hence the name.
I smoke 4 packs of Camel unfiltered cigarettes a day to help keep me strong.
by signull July 08, 2006
 
2.
A well known drum and percussion instrument manufacturer. Many famous rock drummers use or have used Ludwig drum kits, including: John Bonham, Ringo Starr, Neil Peart, Roger Taylor, Alex Van Halen, Bun E. Carlos, Ginger Baker, Ian Paice, and Mitch Mitchell.
Man, John Bonham sure made some good beats with his Ludwig drum kits.
by signull July 30, 2006
 
3.
An underrated high-level programming language developed in the 1970s by Niklaus Wirth. Pascal was originally intended to teach good programming practices, but in the early 1980s, Borland took the language and made it more powerful and widespread by introducing Turbo Pascal. Today, Pascal is still used in the form of Delphi, a Windows RAD development tool similar to Visual Basic, but much more powerful. Applications developed using Pascal usually contain far fewer bugs than other high-level programming languages.
Contrary to popular belief, Pascal, today, is just as powerful as C, C++, or Java.
by signull July 30, 2006
 
4.
A hard rock band formed in 1968 that featured (in the Mk II lineup) Ian Gillan on vocals, Ritchie Blackmore on guitar, John Lord on keyboards, Roger Glover on bass, and Ian Paice on drums. Deep Purple is known best for their song "Smoke on the Water" from the Machine Head album. Other popular Deep Purple songs are "Hush", "Fireball", "Black Night", "Highway Star", "Woman from Tokyo", and "Perfect Strangers" just to name a few. Deep Purple are often considered the pioneers of Heavy Metal music.
Deep Purple is one of the few underrated classic hard rock bands that still churn out great sounding music that doesn't have that God awful "modern rock" or "nu-metal" sound.
by signull May 22, 2006
 
5.
An underrated Led Zeppelin song from their 1975 album "Physical Graffiti."
"The Rover" features one of the most awesomest riffs in rock history.
by signull June 28, 2006
 
6.
To conceal an alcoholic beverage in a brown paper bag. This is done to "legally" drink alcohol in public.
Joe was brown bagging it again yesterday afternoon at the park.
by signull August 22, 2006
 
7.
"Big Blue" refers to computer technology giant, IBM.
Big Blue makes some of the finest laptop computers in the world.
by signull June 19, 2006