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## From Undictionary:N

### Negative thinking

However bad things may look at the moment they can always get worse.

Every silver lining has a cloud around it.

Lightening never strikes twice. Don't you believe it!

### New York Second

The shortest known interval of time. Defined as the period between the traffic lights turning green and the taxi behind you sounding his horn.

Nice place.

## From Wii

### Confirmed games

• Metroid Prime: expected to biicome an instant top seller, due to the large amounts of tiinage boys dying to have Samus Aran on their Wii.
• Zelda: Twighlight Priincess.

## From Forum:I propose we stop the f***ing cussing!

```Russian Reversal jokes are stupid. Now, let's do some math. Let's discuss transcendental numbers.

A transcendental number is a (possibly complex) number that is not the root of any integer
polynomial, meaning that it is not an algebraic number of any degree. Every real transcendental
number must also be irrational, since a rational number is, by definition, an algebraic number
of degree one.

A complex number z can be tested to see if it is transcendental using the Mathematica command
Not[Element[x, Algebraics]].

Transcendental numbers are important in the history of mathematics because their investigation
provided the first proof that circle squaring, one of the geometric problems of antiquity that had
baffled mathematicians for more than 2000 years was, in fact, insoluble. Specifically, in order for
a number to be produced by a geometric construction using the ancient Greek rules, it must be either
rational or a very special kind of algebraic number known as a Euclidean number. Because the number
pi is transcendental, the construction cannot be done according to the Greek rules.

Liouville showed how to construct special cases (such as Liouville's constant) using Liouville's
approximation theorem. In particular, he showed that any number that has a rapidly converging
sequence of rational approximations must be transcendental. For many years, it was only known how to
determine if special classes of numbers were transcendental. The determination of the status
of more general numbers was considered an important enough unsolved problem that it was one of
Hilbert's problems.

Great progress was subsequently made by Gelfond's theorem, which gives a general rule for
determining if special cases of numbers of the form alpha^beta are transcendental. Baker produced
a further revolution by proving the transcendence of sums of numbers of the form alphalnbeta for
algebraic numbers alpha and beta...```

## From Killed

In general terms, to have died.

• It sucks.
• Really.
• Pretty boring too.
• Don't try it.

## From Emo fashion

### Hair

• Male Emo Hair Styles consist of one-eyed hair cuts or just pushing their hair all to one side. Colors consist of hot pink, dayglow colors, ice blue, and shockingly bright purple.
• Female Emo Hair Styles is key to identifying a female Emo. Some like to keep it short, some keep it long but above all, look out for the wacko colors they dye their hair with. Sometimes, it's hot pink. HOT PINK! Other colors may include bright red, bright blue, bright purple, or bright green.

### Clothing

• General Emo Fashion tight clothes whether it be shirts or pants, and studded belts, converses, and band t-shirts
• Male Emo Fashion is typically dark in manner. This whole group consists of a bunch of sad, depressed males who love to try and cram their bodies into the tightest fitting clothes they can wear As for their hair, it is typically black,meticulously straightened, combed down in front of their face, and sometimes a wide variety of random colors
• Female Emo Fashion skin tight band t-shirts, tight black pants, lots of layers, lightning bolts, cherries, stars, black mixed with a bright, flourescent color, cardigans, horn-rimmed glasses, ballet flats, leggings, the hair is straight and generally has choppy layers and bangs

## From Thabo Mbeki

'Thabo Mbeki is an internationally known South African Scientist who has found the cure of AIDS by using beetroot and the internet.

## From Questionivity

questionivity, plural of questionitive

## From Turbo

A turbo is a device that is added to cars to make them go faster it was invented in 1980 by the now lord Turbo of farquat,it was designed to be added to all those yuppie porkers, how it works it takes hot gases and uses these to spin the rotors in order to produce higher boost on the car. Many yuppies in the 80s discovered that adding a pipe in to the interior and inserting it in to the anal cavity , along with the consumption of many cans of baked beans would allow to boost the car be several PSI in order to make it even faster

## From Hydraulics

hydraulics go in the bottom of a car and it goes vroom vroom!!!

## From Pagan

A Pagan is anyone who does not follow one of the Abrahamic religions IE Islam, or Christianity. This includes Hinduism, Wicca, and Druidry. Pagans are usually liberals, feminists, environmentalists, and "nonconformists".

## From James Bond (character)

### Who was James Bond when you were born?

“I was born in the Timothy Dalton era.”

~ Bond fan on James Bond eras

“I wish that I was born in the Pierce Brosnan era.”

~ John Glames on James Bond eras

NOTE: This poll is only for those who were born in 1962 or later. There is no George Lazenby era.

Who was James Bond when you were born?
Please vote below. Results will be shown when you have voted.
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There were 2 votes since the poll was created on 02:10, 11 January 2013.
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## From Tesco

Tesco’s Functional Areas

Human Resources • Training o Health + Safety  E.g. drivers in warehouses, staff that stack shelves in stores o Management training  Talent search – looking for employees who have potential and then dtraining them. • Recruitment o Tesco’s recruitment process includes Group interviews and Single interviews o Recruitment is important because employing the wrong person could lose Tesco profit. • Tesco has a wide variety of jobs in stores, Head office and delivery. • Tesco offers a wide range of rewards to workers including increasing their pay giving bonuses offering promotions and giving shares. • Staff performance is where staffs performance is monitored e.g. a store manager • Trade Unions o Problems with employer • Records o Name and address o Bank details Distribution • The distribution department delivers products to houses and to Tesco’s departments • Dispatched at the right time o Deliver to houses o Deliver to Tesco warehouses o Don’t damage goods • Vehicles o Refuelling o Maintenance o Drivers Information Technology • Tesco’s I.T department manage most of the stores IT equipment for example the department maintains the computers the tills, communication services, and the website. Purchasing • The Purchasing department stocks and supplies products e.g. food Finance • Management accounting - financial and management reporting • Audit - Internal and compliance audit • Treasury • Tax • International Finance • Group Reporting Marketing • Online Shopping • Advertising o TV o Newspaper • Meeting customers needs

## From Fire Emblem

Fire Emblem (ファイアーエムブレム?) is a fantasy tactical role-playing video game franchise developed by Intelligent Systems (specifically Shouzou Kaga),[1] the maker of Advance Wars (which shares some of Fire Emblem's strategic elements), and published by Nintendo. The Fire Emblem series is well-known for its innovation and for being one of the first Eastern style tactical role-playing games, with a strong emphasis on Western forms of medieval folklore. The series is also renowned for having deeply developed characters, as well as the fact that most units' death—or defeat in battle—is permanent in the game until the end of the playthrough.[2] The series currently spans eleven games, and has been released on the Family Computer, Super Famicom, Game Boy Advance, GameCube, Nintendo DS and Wii.[3] In August 2008, Nintendo released Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon for the Nintendo DS, a remake of the first game, Fire Emblem: Ankoku Ryū to Hikari no Ken, and the first Fire Emblem game to have online features.[4]

## From Arachibutyrofobia

Arachibutyrofobia is the fear of getting peanutbutter stuck in your mouth.

## From Kappa Kappa Kappa

Kappa Kappa Kappa—commonly abbreviated KKK and called colloquially The KKK— is a group of useless shits who like killing people and being racist assholes.American South.

porn star

## From Dehydration

Dehydration means your body does not have as much water and fluids as it should. Dehydration can be caused by losing too much fluid, not drinking enough water or fluids, or both. Vomiting and diarrhea are common causes.

Infants and children are more susceptible to dehydration than adults because of their smaller body weights and higher turnover of water and electrolytes. The elderly and those with illnesses are also at higher risk.

Dehydration is classified as mild, moderate, or severe based on how much of the body's fluid is lost or not replenished. When severe, dehydration is a life-threatening emergency.

## Fanta

Fanta is a synthetic drink made by coke ain cola company. It tastes like orange pee and comes in cans and bottles shaped a bit like a dick.

## Angus Beef

ANGUS BEEF

ANGUS BEEF

Beef that is angus. Angus refers to the ass region. Angus beef is beef made from a cow's ass. Isn't that interesting? Actually Angus refers to a high quality breed of cow. Anus refers to the ass region. Angus and Anus should not be confused.

## Alkanes

Alkanes are the most stable of the compounds that contain only H and C (Hydrogen and Carbon.). They are stable compounds. The bond angles of the Carbon always try to be 109.5 degrees. This is because they are most attractive at 109.5.

### Cycloalkane

A cycloalkane is created when the alkanes decide to rotate pairs.

### Johnny Depp

Born John Christopher Depp in Owensboro, Kentucky, on June 9, 1963, Johnny Depp was raised in Florida. He dropped out of school at age 15 in the hopes of becoming a rock musician. He fronted a series of garage bands including The Kids, which once opened for Iggy Pop. Depp got into acting after a visit to Los Angeles, California, with his former wife, Lori Anne Allison (Lori A. Depp), who introduced him to actor Nicolas Cage. He made his film debut in A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984). In 1987 he shot to stardom when he replaced Jeff Yagher in the role of undercover cop Tommy Hanson in the popular TV series "21 Jump Street" (1987).