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- n. A small piece of detailing added to break up the surface of an object and add visual interest, particularly in movie special effects.
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Well, It looks to me like a greeble on the underside of the heat exchanger.
I take representing digital culture in film very seriously in lieu of having grown up in a world of very badly researched user interface greeble.
Squinting over my Serenity ornament, it’s identicle to a greeble under those swooping struts under the main engine and rear end of the ship.
I call it a greeble as opposed to a Named Part because I can’t determine a particular use for it.
Dey went inter fahmin ', en I speck ef de troof wuz ter come out, dey kep' sto ', en had der camp-meetin' times en der bobbycues w'en de wedder wuz 'greeble. "
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