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Containing alterations, foreign admixture, or errors. Deteriorated from the normal or standard; specifically a) morally unsound or debased; perverted; evil; depraved. b) taking bribes
Someone changed the letters of the word I typed, from 'associations' to "assiciations.' The same person who corrupted the spelling of my word is morally depraved and thinks there is a rank in the armed forces of who has to have sex with who. He even stole my $5,000 CD certificate when it came due by having prearranged for the bank teller to hand one of them back to him with his name on it instead of mine.
by EvaLissens September 22, 2009

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of, relating to, characterized by, or being in the stage of psychosexual development in psychoanalytic theory during which the child is concerned especially with its feces
He is anal.
by EvaLissens September 19, 2009

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A question that elicits a response in the here and now.

In French, "Quesque tu fait?"
Anytime anyone doesn't know what the other person is doing they can ask what are you doing?
by EvaLissens September 20, 2009

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Something so positively remarkable as to evoke 'ooh's and 'aah's from all listeners.
It was a miracle that the baby was born and the mother survived considering the circumstances.
by EvaLissens September 20, 2009

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anything that attacks your ability to engage in biological activity, including interference by technological innovations
1. The EKG was an assault on my biological system. I feel as disabled as if I had had a heart attack.

2. The huge wheel rolled down the hill and ran over the plowhand who was tilling the soil with a hoe. If you were the plowhand that would be an assault on (your) biological system.
by EvaLissens September 22, 2009

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place where you do your job
He is at work.
by EvaLissens September 22, 2009

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the process by which a corporation is held accountable for its effects on the environment and the community that it is in.
Some corporations pollute the environment and our human resources laws affect how a corporation relates to individuals in the community. Corporate accountability relates to limits on the pollution of the environment and it also relates to the following of human resources laws.
by EvaLissens September 18, 2009

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