from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A packet that is replying to a ping, and thereby indicating the presence of a host.
- n. A stench, a bad smell.
- v. To stink, to smell bad.
- n. A set of three identical tiles.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To improvise on the stage; gag.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. an unpleasant smell
Characters can be anything from paddles in pong, to fully rendered super heroes, to undulating soundscapes we poke at with sticks.
I was always under the impression that beer pong is the game with paddles, while Beirut is the game without.
Forget Microsoft Surface and all its multi touch fandagery … pong is all you need!
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The pong was a different one to when the blaze began, but it wasn't a particularly foody pong.
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The primary ping-pong, that is - the bitter battles with Barack, her husband's crimson face and wagging finger, the endless wrangling over every state, every superdelegate.
In the past and when I had my own time to waste (and I still have the power cord accessible in my dining room) I have brought down the hair dryer and blasted the door until the thing went "pong" and started working okay (we had stupid weather around Christmas and I had stupid door problems then).
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