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to get down, or get yourself together, although to get down for someone also means to go to the ultimate for that person or for the gang. To have back-up in a sense.

by VAKI5 August 18, 2003
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Something that is shocking or surprising to see.

The phrase comes from the idea that when people see things that are powerfully attractive or unusual, their eyes seem to pop out of their head.
1) You should see Magic Brian's eye-popping new juggling trick.

2) We made an eye-popping Web site for our new client.
by VAKI5 May 11, 2005
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Italian bit-size cookies that often come with meals.
"eatin' better amarrettos"
by VAKI5 September 14, 2003
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A large amount of money; very expensive or costly.

Some things are so expensive that they are painful to buy, and cost everything you have.
My new Mercedes cost me an arm and a leg!
by VAKI5 May 10, 2005
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A powerful, illegal drug, similar to heroine; powdered PCP (PhenylChlorinatedPiperidine).

Angels and fairies are sometimes thought to have magical dusts that alter reality. 'Angel dust' refers to a very powerful drug that alters users' minds.
1) Susan's brother is really acting crazy. Is he on angel dust?

2) The police found vials of angel dust in his bedroom closet.
by VAKI5 May 10, 2005
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An individual who invests in a company during its start-up phase; a financial supporter in the early stages of a corporation's existence.

An 'angel' is a winged creature from heaven who is supposed to help you when you are in danger. An 'angel investor' is someone who provides money for young businesses that really need it. The phrase was first used to describe wealthy patrons who kept Broadway plays on stage despite a lack of profits.
The company never would have survived without the backing of its angel investors.
by VAKI5 May 10, 2005
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