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1) Arch-nemesis of Judge Dredd in the 2000AD comic. Judge Death is a skeletal being who comes from a parallel universe where the powers that be decided that as all crimes were committed by the living, life itself should be banned!

Death, of course, cannot be killed
"'The crime isss life, the sssentence isss death,' said Judge Death."
by The Lone Magpie April 8, 2005
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Lawman of the future, a 22nd century judge, jury and executioner from the pages of the British comic 2000AD.

Dredd is the most famous and feared of the Judges in Mega City One, and is considered hard but fair. Has saved the world numerous times in the comics.

Recently had a video game, Dredd Vs Death, and was played in a 1995 movie by Sylvester Stallone.
by The Lone Magpie April 8, 2005
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"Tabby tank" the subspecies of striped domestic cat that is as big as a footstool and generally built of solid muscle rather than fat. Plural: Panzerkatzen
Garfield is large enough, but a little too flabby to be a true Panzerkatze
by The Lone Magpie May 5, 2005
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The unnamed Mumbai call centres that 1) persist in phoning up Britons to spam them, or 2) are used as help centres in lieu of a place that actually has any connection to the business you're trying to get through to.
"Oh crap, they've put me through to bloody Planet India."
by The Lone Magpie April 8, 2005
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Martial arts' kicking expertise, usually used in reference to performers in Hong Kong martial arts films. A fine use of legs and kicking (as opposed to flips, punches, wire-fu etc) is called bootwork. Usually this occurs when the performer is actually trained in kickboxing or taekwondo rather than wushu or Peking Opera.
"Billy Chow's bootwork in the final showdown of Pedicab Driver is excellent"
by The Lone Magpie April 8, 2005
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1) River in England - Shakespeare's birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon, is on the banks of this river.

2)Door-to-door cosmetics firm.

3) US-based paperback book publisher

4) The amoral antihero of the last two seasons of the British TV series Blake's 7, who became the main character when Blake was written out at the end of season 2.
2) Ding-dong, "Avon calling!"
by The Lone Magpie May 6, 2005
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The second most popular villain in the TV show "Dr Who". The Cybermen were humanoids who began to replace parts of themselves with prosthetic devices in a quest to be stronger and longer-lived. In other words, cyborgs. Before they knew it, they had become emotionless robot-like beings who converted other people by force, lobotomising them. In this respect they are precursors of Star Trek's Borg.

In Dr Who, the Cybermen originally came from Mondas (in The Tenth Planet) but later settled on the planet Telos. They have attempted to conquer and enslave Earth in many episodes. In the 2006 season of the show, they were seen evolving on a parallel Earth.

Off-screen, they were created by Script editor Gerry Davis and scientist Kit Pedler.
The Cybermen gripped their captives and led them away. "Resistance is useless," their leader said.
by The Lone Magpie November 1, 2006
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