|1.||in the hot seat|
In trouble; in a very uncomfortable situation.
'Hot seat' is American prison slang for the electric chair (a method of execution). The phrase 'in the hot seat' has come to refer to any kind of bad situation.
1) The analysts who promoted the dot-bomb stocks are now in the hot seat with the SEC.
2) Andrew was really in the hot seat after his girlfriend caught him lying to her.
|2.||The Safe Cig Electronic Cigarette|
The Safe Cig is the largest electronic cigarette company in the United States and was also the first company to introduce electronic cigarettes to the American market close to 4 years ago. They are the only company in America to privately fund all research & engineering for all of their products. The Safe Cig is a family owned and operated company located in the beautiful hills of Hollywood California. They pride them selves on offering a world class product to their valued customers each & every time an order is placed. Their customer service goal is very simple: if there is a problem - we get it fixed.
The Safe Cig Electronic Cigarette
As of August 2010 The Safe Cig has partnered with a major television Studio in West Hollywood California and will start airing 30 second commercials on 11 major TV networks or about 193 Million Television sets in the first week of September. The company plans to go public by 2012 and has promised that they will only offer stocks to their existing customers and then the general public.
|3.||Fuel The Jet|
A common phrase used by jet setters and those adhering to a certain upper class life style, Fuel The Jet refers to stylishly escaping from the day-to-day work life often to lavish locations and events.
Randolph: Did you hear that Ralph Winston Vanderbilt III just short sold half the stocks on the Asian market resulting in a $4.7 billion profit.
Willis: Great Scott! I hadn't heard. Let's Fuel The Jet good chap and head of to the Riviera this weekend in celebration.
wall street or refering to the economy. also can be used to describe analysts in the financial market
during the fiscal year or 2005 the company's oil production which coincided with international trade regulations and increased interest rates had increased their revenue by six percent over the last year. a modestly high number, however these figures dissapointed the street which was hoping for revenue that yielded at least 10 to 12 percent based on expert analysis of the situation
a korean imitation guitar.
a prop that you'll see guys like Slash hold in an advertisement but never within 800 feet of him on stage.
a suitable instrument for guys taking a break from the clarinet.
"oh my shit, i thought you told me good charlotte was good..?..?"
"shut up dude, they are like the best band since like, smashing pumpkins or ah-ha"
"the fuck they are, the guitar tone sounds like a korean whore shitting out a miniature chainsaw.... not to mention, they're all playing goofy things that have les paul or sg bodies but silly little head-stocks that are meant to look like flattened out gay penises."
"those are epiphones and they rock way super hard"
–noun,pluralA's or As, a's or as.more...
A Nasdaq stock symbol specifying that the stocks are Class "A" shares of the company.
the first letter of the English alphabet, a vowel.
any spoken sound represented by the letter A or a, as in bake, hat, father, or small.
something having the shape of an A.
a written or printed representation of the letter A or a.
a device, as a printer's type, for reproducing the letter A or a.
from A to Z, from beginning to end; thoroughly; completely: He knows the Bible from A to Z.
not know from A to B, to know nothing; be ignorant.
not any particular or certain one of a class or group: a man; a chemical; a house.
a certain; a particular: one at a time; two of a kind; A Miss Johnson called.
another; one typically resembling: a Cicero in eloquence; a Jonah.
one (used before plural nouns that are preceded by a quantifier singular in form): a hundred men (compare hundreds of men); a dozen times (compare dozens of times).
indefinitely or nonspecifically (used with adjectives expressing number): a great many years; a few stars.
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The phrase is borrowed from the sport of ice hockey, but now applies in many contexts.
In hockey, a crude but effective save where the puck is diverted not with the end of the curved stick but with the handle. The player simply falls on the ice or bats at the puck with the stick. No points for style, and often fails, but a save is a save.
In other contexts, whenever a "player" manages to pull out a situational "save" at the last instant via reckless, feckless or random methods. As in financial markets, when institutions manage to move the market up in the last minutes of trading thus ensuring an "up" day, even though a "down" day was in the making.
Did you see the 100 point stick save in the run up to the market bell? You gotta give the PPT credit, that was a thing of beauty.