Burberry is the maker of a fabulous double breasted trench coat that comes in Blue, Navy Blue, Black, and of course, Beige!
They tend to found in the hands of the world's miscreants: see the entries under
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What makes Burberry far out is that they are also found on the backs or at least in the closets of the world's beautiful to MOST BEAUTIFUL women who know precisely how to wear their Burberry Treasure...
Women who own a Burberry double breasted trench coat in any colour they come in, wears them thusly; with the arms in the correct corresponding sleeves, with the buttons correctly fastened and the collar open or closed and turned up as befits the clemency of the weather;
The belt is also in use: buckled tightly to show the world her queenly 39.5x22x36 in. measurements with... Oh, Yes; Lynda Carter, when she was still making Wonder Woman, should have had one of these for when she had to appear as WW's Alter Ego Diana Prince instead of that tepid looking knockoff she actually did wear...
Of relating to the character, Sauron, from the works of J.R.R. Tolkien in Lord of the Rings and various, corresponding stories. Used to describe Sauron (the Dark Lord), in his original, pure form before he fell to evil, when he was a Maiar, like Gandalf. Also his disguise used to deceive the Elves of Eregon to forge his Ring of Power.
Annatar fell ill to the will of Melkor, and became corrupted. He then became Sauron
1.) n. Abbr. EN
The direction on a compass or compass rose corresponding to exactly halfway between due north and due east; 78°45 east of due north.
2.) n. Abbr. eAz NoRf
A gang based in Buffalo, New York. Composed of only the most hardcore of gangsters, they are widely renowned for their considerable skill in the avoidance of nut deezage. They are left alone for the most part, excepting those most arrogant haters and the flock of women flanking them daily.
orig. The name is derived from the name of the street on which their school is located.
East North (EN) is often considered far superior to the Midwest Couple.
One of, pertaining to, or manifesting exceptional unresponsiveness, idiocy, or absurdity.
The word "Botkin" and corresponding root "Botkin-" are used to express these sentiments:
Botkinism - a phrase or action which shows unresponsiveness, idiocy, or absurdity.
Botkinesque, Botkinistic, (less used) Botkinlike - of or pertaining to a botkinism or a botkinistic act.
The word "Botkin" is believed to have originated from a previous term, "Batkhan," but has since been converted to a more phonetic spelling; it has distinctly Proto-Indo-European roots, though it has been difficult to pinpoint the exact branch of the language group from whence it stems.
Daniel was being really slow today in Math class; what a Botkin!
-Today I crashed into a parked car.
-That was very Botkinesque of you.
Today Daniel said a true Botkinism: he claims that Oslo is the capital of Italy.
"Hackers inside", Unix
1. Something passed between routines or programs that enables the receiver to perform some operation; a capability ticket or opaque identifier. Especially used of small data objects that contain data encoded in a strange or intrinsically machine-dependent way. E.g., on non-Unix OSes with a non-byte-stream model of files, the result of ftell(3) may be a magic cookie rather than a byte offset; it can be passed to fseek(3), but not operated on in any meaningful way. The phrase `it hands you a magic cookie' means it returns a result whose contents are not defined but which can be passed back to the same or some other program later.
2. An in-band code for changing graphic rendition (e.g., inverse video or underlining) or performing other control functions (see also cookie). Some older terminals would leave a blank on the screen corresponding to mode-change magic cookies; this was also called a glitch (or occasionally a `turd'; compare mouse droppings). S
magic cookie, whaaaaaaaaatttt???.......
A misspelling of the word "shit" inorder to ensure the pronunciation is not the tradition "shit". A poor attempt at a British, Irish, Scotish or Welsh accent. Should not be used by anyone without the excuse of the corresponding accents.
"Shite! That asshole just cut me off!"
1. (rhetorical figure): A reversing of the order of words in corresponding pairs of phrases.
leges supplicio improbos afficiunt, defendunt ac tuentur bonos (Cicero, De Legibus, ii. 13)
The laws VISIT PUNISHMENTS upon the wicked, but the good they DEFEND and PROTECT.