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A collection of huge law firms in major cities (particularly NYC) where thousands of Ivy Leaguers and honor students make six-figure salaries straight out of law school. They usually quit after a couple of years of virtual slavery, but if they stay in the game, they end up running the country.
"As much as I hate the idea of working in biglaw, it's the only way I'll ever pay off my student loans."
by sekicho August 28, 2005
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Japanese for "mobile." How Japanese people, and foreign folks who have been in Japan for too long, refer to a mobile phone.
"I got my keitai from au because DoCoMo is too freaking expensive."

"Mail me on my keitai, I'm going to be out."
by sekicho August 28, 2005
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