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- proper n. The computer company IBM.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. the International Business Machines corporation.
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- n. a reliable and deadly 15,000-pound fragmentation bomb that explodes just above ground with a large radius; the largest conventional bomb in existence; used in Afghanistan
The former was silent and decorated with twenty-year-old psychedelic posters advertising Big Blue Nirvana in Concert at various halls around the country.
But Ruettgers knew that IBM was vulnerable because of its growing arrogance: Big Blue was terrible at listening to its customers.
Bear in the Big Blue House—Potty Time with Bear, 54
Bear in the Big Blue House—Potty Time with Bear Columbia Tristar, 1997
Her kindly (for ogres) grandparents disappeared, leaving her in the charge of her uncle Marzipana Giganta la Cabezudos fen Ogre, and Is toady henchmen Numb Nuts and Big Blue Nose.
Bear in the Big Blue House does a great job of introducing children to the way toilets work.
The trail to Salt Lake ran through Kansas to the northwest, crossing the Big Blue river, then over the Big and Little Sandy, coming into Nebraska near the Big Sandy.