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A program that reads a file written in the assembly language and translate it into a binary representation of the corresponding machine instructions.
NASM:

section .text
global _start

msg db 'Hello, world!',0xa
len equ $ - msg

_start:
mov edx,len
mov ecx,msg
mov ebx,1
mov eax,4
int 0x80
mov eax,1
int 0x80
by Martin August 01, 2004

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Used to expand a phrase, meaning a devastating experience of epic proportions from which nothing is salvageable.
1. What an atomic waste of time!
2. George just got an atomic wedgie.
by Martin December 15, 2003

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A reply to a good suggestion, an agreement
"Do you like chicken wings?"
"I fully endorse that product."

or

P1 lights up cigarette
P2: "I fully endorse that product." also lights up


Also can be used in the negative. i.e: "I do NOT fully endorse THAT product."
by Martin December 29, 2004

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A slang for weed in Staten Island, NY, home of east coast rapper Method Man who calls himself Method Man because he used to deal drugs at one time and still smoke ganja alot.
Doc N Meth, back again
by Martin September 16, 2004

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City of Hopewell Junction, New York. Not even a city...a town? Closer. Maybe a village, a hamlet, a one horse town. Maybe two horses in a stretch.

Not as cool as Po-town.
"Hey, what's that dot on the map?"
"Oh, that's Hopey J."
"....Oh."
by Martin December 30, 2004

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Bread since 1876.
Warburton's is one of the UK's leading bread manufacturers. Making lines such as 'Danish', 'Seeded Batch' and 'Xtra Thick Sliced White Bread'
I love danish bread by Warby!
by Martin March 21, 2005

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The process of taking stock to determine the current situation, the assessment enabling a decision to be made on the most suitable course of action to be taken.
John: "There's not much going on round here - fancy getting a couple o' three grams of coke in and going up town top rankin'?"

Paul: "Well I've blown a few quid on ale and the fruity already - I'll have a quick sellablige and let you know whether I'm up for it or not."
by Martin February 17, 2005

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