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- n. Credibility.
- n. credential
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. credibility among young fashionable urban individuals
Sorry, no etymologies found.
PS WSMan: \ > New-PSSession weiwu-lh64. ntdev.corp.microsoft.com - cred $cred - Authentication credssp
# Mount storage service as a drive new-psdrive - psprovider $ProviderName - root $ServiceUrl - name $DriveName - cred $cred - scope global
The iPad 2's got the name cred, a terrifically intuitive user interface, and FaceTime for weekly check-ins.
Then again, no journalism cred is really required to cover the White House.
Elsa and Clive (Sarah Polley and Adrien Brody respectively) happen to be a pair of rebellious scientists who gain cred and praise for their work with successfully splicing the DNA of various animals.
Shoutout to my alma mater here - what those of us from the other side of the Charles may lack in perfect board scores we make up in EQ - we can spot a maladjusted hostile loser/hater whose only cred is that he got into Harvard a mile away.
Meanwhile, poor Dr. Dawg, in order to keep socialist street cred, is featuring dead Gaza babies wrapped in Hezbollah flags.
My anti-anti-Semitic street cred is intact: years of taking on Holocaust-deniers on Usenet, organizing against the Heritage Front in Ottawa, numerous posts on my own blog, an outright ban on anti-Semitic comments.
Dude, the nerd cred is good, but your friends have to get you drunker and even more laid.
But the group's tech cred is suspect, given that one of their e-cards features a picture of a circa-1997 Palm Pilot.
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