I can't believe how he has treated you, he's a complete cubic!
For when cunt just isn't enough!
by MT76x3 March 13, 2015
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A soul draining box you live in for 40+ hours a week. You attempt to hold off the inevitable insanity by decorating it, messenger and drinking heavily. You will eventually have nightmares about being stuck in one.
ME: I was stuck in my damn cubical all day
Friend: Wow, you need booze
ME: *chugs a pitcher of beer*
by Grim February 1, 2005
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When a Large room is filled with work cubicles, so as, to isolate office workers from the sights and noises of an open workspace. With the theory being that this allows workers more privacy and helps them to concentrate without distractions. This is a way to maximize the effeciency of open space in the cheapest way possible.
Raptor - "Hey Casey, I heard you had a sweet office over in Knox Hall."

Casey - " Hell no bro, I only have one tiny cubicle of many in a huge room that has been Cubicalized!"
by Drillsergeant Raptor February 20, 2010
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A measurement of the splash range a drop of rain creates as it lands.
Harry: Look at the splash of the rain.
Alexei: Its called Cubic Ortometer you idiot.
by Anzio24 May 30, 2012
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A multiplayer 3D sandbox game which lets you build anything you want in your realm. (world)

Loads are players are nice and they are very friendly. Some others though are scammers, bullies or just downright disgusting people. (A scammer is a player who tries to trick you to steal your items)

Overall the game is quite nice. I would rate the game a 9/10. And I would rate the community a 7/10
by The Neptune Gamer April 19, 2019
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Cubic zirconia (sometimes called simply 'cz') is the most popular diamond simulant in the world today. It is an oxide of the metallic element zirconium, ZrO². It has a hardness of about 8.5 on the Mohs hardness scale, as opposed to diamond, which is 10, sapphire/ruby which is 9, topaz which is 8, and so on. The refractive index of CZ is 2.42. It can be made in nearly any color and can be faceted into many cuts.

CZ occurs naturally but in pieces too small for jewelry purposes. It wasn't until the 1970s however when Soviet scientists learned how to grow this mineral in the laboratory, at which time jewelry designers first took notice of cubic zirconia. For the first few years it was on the market it was often sold for as much as $20 per carat (!!) and was only available in a few colors.

CZ is more dense than diamond -- it weighs more for its size than diamond does. Sapphire and ruby, both of which are the same gemstone, just different colors, are also more dense than diamond. CZ is about 75% heavier than diamond. As such, a CZ's size is referred to in carats usually in comparison to diamonds. CZs are more accurately measured in millimeters, referring to the width of the stone. A 6.5 mm cubic zirconia is equal in size to a one-carat diamond and actually weighs about 1.75 carats.

CZ isn't grown/created like any other imitation gemstone in the world, either. A high radio-frequency "skull crucible" system is used, in which the melting zirconia powder actually creates the sides of its own container during its formation. Cooling this extremely hot molten ore becomes the most crucial step in the entire process. A carefully programmed cooling procedure is required to form the flawless crystals -- metal pipes in a coil-shape with water running through them are used to cool down the material, in the center.
CZ is often spoken of negatively because it is a synthetic gemstone. It is durable, very bright, can be grown in a varity of colors and when well cut it is a very convincing diamond substitute.

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by Ryan Thompson September 26, 2004
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The greatest youtuber to walk the earth
Did you see the new Cubic Gaming video? It got 10,000,000 views, he is the best youtuber ever.
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