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  • via http://www.lostgarden.com/2012/12/understanding-randomness-in-terms-of.html

    possibly a new coinage on his part?

    December 31, 2012

  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rithmomachia

    June 28, 2010

  • Wow. That list is longer than I thought. This will take a while.

    April 15, 2010

  • http://strongsnumbers.com/greek/372.htm

    January 21, 2010

  • In football/soccer, a goal scored directly from a corner kick. wikipedia

    August 30, 2009

  • "a location which should not be particularised"

    towards the bottom of the first paragraph here.

    August 15, 2009

  • countering agent/antidote for the popular, but fraught with hazardous side-effects, weight loss drug calorex.

    December 6, 2008

  • see also procleric, profighter etc. ;P

    December 6, 2008

  • wikipedia has the def.

    December 6, 2008

  • free dictionary defines as:

    "n. 1. A blowing or breathing on; inspiration."

    December 2, 2008

  • no nothing to do with the prison break tv show. fallout 1, set's dialogue.

    September 13, 2008

  • via

    September 13, 2008

  • None of the above. I'm callipygienthusiasthmathematical.

    July 31, 2008

  • Hey. These were all mentioned on the latest metafilter podcast.

    April 16, 2008

  • what you can't do to something that is invincible.

    April 3, 2008

  • how rude!

    google search shows that out of eechuta, ichuta, & echuta, this is the consensus spelling. urban dictionary is the link (of the ones above) which will give origin, if not necessarily conclusive definition.

    January 31, 2008

  • I'm not falling for that.

    I'll let wikipedia look like a goober for me: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Diff%C3%A9rance

    January 8, 2008

  • Possibly the most pretentious word ever if used in conversation because it's pronounced exactly the same as difference and, well, just you try and explain it without coming across as a total goober.

    January 6, 2008

  • Also, come to think of it, the name given to the tleilaxu breeding tanks from Herbert's Dune series: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Axlotl_tank

    January 5, 2008

  • looks like a pokemon sometimes: http://www.rasselbandi.info/mediac/400_0/media/axlotl.jpg

    January 4, 2008

  • "I'm not a malefactor, I'm a lagomorph"

    - Max of Sam & Max: Hit The Road

    November 22, 2007

  • see also flâneur

    November 21, 2007

  • see also dérive

    November 21, 2007

  • Disappointing that m-w doesn't seem to have it and google turns it up as mostly some kind of fantasy name. Google "sellion rhinoplasty" to get a closer definition. Roughly speaking, it's the most inset/indented part where the brow meets the top of the nose.

    October 13, 2007

  • really? I thought "ant" was a present participle formation, which would make undare or undulare (verbs) more likely the root?

    March 31, 2007

  • 'But the most telling objection is "the suggestion (not explicitly articulated yet clearly implied) that the rules allowing the system to answer questions at native-speaker level can be couched merely in terms of manipulation of the symbols of the language", without requiring an understanding of "abstract patterns transcending the signs of Chinese, or of any human language - patterns behind the scenes, having to do with how ideas and concepts and knowledge are represented in complex, overlapping associative networks in the human mind".'

    Searle is silly and wrong, but this is not such a strong objection. "Complex, overlapping associative networks" aren't some magical boundary of requiring comprehension vs. not requiring comprehension; they're just a massive & massively complicated set of contingent rules.

    March 22, 2007

  • I study them...

    ...in my belly.


    March 7, 2007

  • Aw. I was going to do a Dune list. Might as well just favorite yours. Herbert made up cool names.

    Ones I like that you missed: tleilaxu, bene gesserit

    February 21, 2007

  • reflexive

    February 19, 2007

  • tantamount, intrinsic, facetious, & ubiquitous should be on that list if the people I went to school with are a good basis by which to judge.

    February 17, 2007

  • You probably mean augmented reality, no?

    January 29, 2007

  • Fuzzy Wuzzy was a skinhead bear?

    Same old story, polar bears tryin' to keep the black bear down.

    January 27, 2007

  • nyarlathotep & shub-niggurath also.

    January 25, 2007

  • as in manuscript.

    January 25, 2007

  • Sound made by the Isz.

    January 23, 2007

  • Plural of Is. From Sam Kieth's The Maxx. No eyes, nose or ears, but lots of teeth to make up for it. They are generally white in Pangaea and black in our world.

    January 23, 2007

  • Like a metaphor, but not really. See: Pataphysics, the Beatle's song "Maxwell's Silver Hammer"

    January 18, 2007

  • Offshoot of the oulipo, but for detective stories. The extra "po" is short for Policière.

    January 18, 2007

  • tear as in crying or tear as in ripping.

    bow, cleave, polish (if you all-caps it)...any other homographs like this?

    January 11, 2007

  • proper name, noun and verb all in one.

    December 14, 2006

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