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- n. Someone who hijacks.
- n. hijackware
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. someone who uses force to take over a vehicle (especially an airplane) in order to reach an alternative destination
- n. a holdup man who stops a vehicle and steals from it
Katz notes that this can be especially problematic when the latecomer or hijacker is a senior manager and the meeting leader is a junior staffer.
And hijackers will either have their source code incorporated into the Linux community, thus by definition, joining the Linux community; or the hijacker is identified as not being Linux in virtue of some hidden code.
Spudge_Boy If Faiz and TP Staff at least ban the name hijacker troll rachel, and others that use our names, then that is a good start in here.
As for wishing for Seixon back on here, the name hijacker troll could be him, because he wants revenge on unbelievable and me.
Be aware that a name hijacker troll is on TP tonight.
The name hijacker would be right at home in my 3 year oldâ€™s day care class.
Earlier this morning I caught wind of a Netcraft reporting indicating that ICANN’s new transfer policy was a domain hijacker’s dream.
The name hijacker would be right at home in my 3 year old’s day care class.
The name hijacker is a) one who obviously didn’t get enough attention from “daddy” and thus is crying out for help b) one who obviously has never been involved with the opposite sex or, if appropriate, the same sex), and thus has a “please, please, look at me” syndrome c) all of the above
Jamaica's information minister says the hijacker is a Jamaican man in his 20s with "mental challenges."
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