American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- One quintillion (1018): exahertz.
- Alteration of hexa- (from its representing the sixth power of a thousand). (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Playing 73% over-30 and 57% female,this solid debut once again proves how starved audiences are for old-fashioned thrillers (the film scored an uncommonly high-for a live action film-multiplier of 3.11x), which bodes well for Matthew McConaughey's The Lincoln Lawyer opening in two weeks (it's supposed to be quite good, but I've been warned to avoid the spoiler-filled trailer).”
“Hilarious, spoiler-filled slideshow synopsis of “Terminator Salvation” » Scene-Stealers”
“Hilarious, spoiler-filled slideshow synopsis of “Terminator Salvation” posted by Eric Melin on May 21, 2009”
“If you haven't, go and watch it now ... or certainly before you read our spoiler-filled discussion below.”
“Astrid (Jasika Nicole) certainly picked up on Walter's poor choice of words, and as we learned from a recent spoiler-filled article, the mad scientist's secret is about to explode in a big way.”
“I wrote a spoiler-filled analysis, but they should be judged as different shows.”
“With friends we just prefac spoiler-filled discussion with "have you seen X yet?".”
“Youâ€ ™ re going to have to see â€œHomecomingâ€ â€ itâ€ ™ s about Spartan origins, and itâ€ ™ s just too spoiler-filled to describe it.”
“That is so odd that they talk about spoiler-filled DVD menus on this episode because I swear to God I was going to email/send a voicemail about that topic in particular because I was watching Shanghai Knights last week and was wondering why the hell they show the end of that movie on the DVD menu.”
“In this episode, David Chen, Devindra Hardawar, and Adam Quigley compare the U.S. and U.K. versions of The Office and lament the existence of spoiler-filled DVD menus.”
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