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  • n. Credibility.
  • n. credential

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. credibility among young fashionable urban individuals


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  • PS WSMan: \ > New-PSSession weiwu-lh64. - cred $cred - Authentication credssp

    MSDN Blogs

  • # Mount storage service as a drive new-psdrive - psprovider $ProviderName - root $ServiceUrl - name $DriveName - cred $cred - scope global

    Planet Geospatial

  • The iPad 2's got the name cred, a terrifically intuitive user interface, and FaceTime for weekly check-ins.


  • Then again, no journalism cred is really required to cover the White House.


  • Elsa and Clive (Sarah Polley and Adrien Brody respectively) happen to be a pair of rebellious scientists who gain cred and praise for their work with successfully splicing the DNA of various animals.! » Brody & Polley SPLICE It Up In WB’s Sci-Fi Thriller! McJeffrey Goes On A Date With Dren But Doesn’t Get Any!

  • Shoutout to my alma mater here - what those of us from the other side of the Charles may lack in perfect board scores we make up in EQ - we can spot a maladjusted hostile loser/hater whose only cred is that he got into Harvard a mile away.

    Nancy Doyle Palmer: The Social Network - Much Ado about Nothing

  • Meanwhile, poor Dr. Dawg, in order to keep socialist street cred, is featuring dead Gaza babies wrapped in Hezbollah flags.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • My anti-anti-Semitic street cred is intact: years of taking on Holocaust-deniers on Usenet, organizing against the Heritage Front in Ottawa, numerous posts on my own blog, an outright ban on anti-Semitic comments.

    Archive 2009-01-01

  • Dude, the nerd cred is good, but your friends have to get you drunker and even more laid.

    Guilty pleasures

  • But the group's tech cred is suspect, given that one of their e-cards features a picture of a circa-1997 Palm Pilot.

    The STD e-card


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