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A major motion picture, very successful at the box office.
Titanic was a blockbuster hit!
by Don April 16, 2004
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identical to kolakasciene.An ethereal thing. Wontourn/Kolakasciene
Overwhelmmed,Ifelt I had to say,'liktor,kolakasciene.
by Don December 9, 2003
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The act of getting up extremely early - sometimes before sunrise (i.e, "dawn") -to go surfing. This term is most often used by Surfers, but it still can be used outside of surfing and refers to getting a very early start to the day.
Bob, Varno, and I are surfing a dawn patrol session at Rincon tomorrow morning.
by Don January 16, 2004
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Baloney. A key component in the game, Hide the Baloney. The game is played by a man and a woman in which they try to find places to hide the baloney.
"Lets play hide the baloney!"
by Don August 7, 2004
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Naturally Aspirated. Used in many gran turismo games. A way of making your car faster and overall better performing than stock, without super or turbo chargers. To do this "tune-up", many things can work, lighter parts for the engine and a lighter block. Also increasing compression (ratio of volume in cylinders when at the down stroke compared to the volume at the top of the stroke. Cam shafts with larger domes to hold the valves open longer. High output injetion or carb and also thinner head gaskets and much more. A more costly way of improving performance, but with great return. For ways of increasing power and making your car a weed eater all in one, see NOS .
chevyman- dude, i had no idea a few little things could make my car the shit.
riceboy-yeah, whatever, my car has NOS and it will take your camaro anyday.
chevyman-what is your 1/4 mile?
riceboy-18.67 @ 80 m/ph.
chevyman-you need to shave about 6 seconds to beat me.
by Don June 22, 2005
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.3~ or .3 repeating is commonly thought to equal 1/3. Believers of this idea claim that because the number of decimals is infinite, that it must equal 1/3. They sometimes use the supporting example that .33333333=1/3, therefore .66666666=2/3 therefore .99999999= 3/3, or 1. To prove this wrong, you need to consider 2 things. First, and most sensible, 10 is not divisible by 3. Therefore, no matter how many .3's you use, they will never be able to complete the whole number 1. The second thing you need to consider is that with .33333~, you will always be off by just a little from achieving 1/3. This is why when you use a calculator and enter 1/3, the decimal given is .333333334.
.33333333x3= .99999999
.33333334x3=1.02
The answer of what decimal multiplied by 3 equals one is lurking somewhere in between those 2.
by Don June 20, 2005
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follow-up to Skrolle's definition, his exaple is wrong. 10x of .33~ is not 3.333~. Therefor 10x-x isn't 3
10x of .333~ is 3.3333(insert a shit load of 3's)332.
10x-x is slightly less than 3, not 3, voiding his definition.
by Don August 3, 2005
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