from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- abbr. dust jacket
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. same as disc jockey.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a person who announces and plays popular recorded music
- v. comment on music to be played
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Link you'll listen to it twice, because the dj is asleep
Anonymous said ... spit on her back? eww. dj is gross. who is this dj?
Over the years I found amazing stuff - a first edition of PHANTOM LADY in dj, a copy of THE YELLOW WALLPAPER which I later traded for a first edition MARTIAN CHRONICLES, and a ton of signed books.
Whenever a dj is upset or distracted in their personal life, then if they try to hide it from their audience, it will be felt or detected by the listeners.
That’s why I’m such a good customer here in dj-land.
I kept it for many years until acquiring a beautiful copy in dj.
Crunc Tesla live on Pure FM - Bruxelles 11 jan 2008 part 1 www. crunctesla.com While on tour in various countries in Europe, Os Crunc Tesla, aka dj Raedawn, blessed Brussels radio station Pure FM with an interview along with some exclusive cuts from his next release American Lion in Paris as well as some improv goodies.
Sebastian Kökow a new member of deepindub dj's family!!!
AOX also rescued the movement defect and excess production of reactive oxygen species by mitochondria in flies with a mutant version of a gene known as dj-1b, which is the fly equivalent to the human Parkinson's disease gene DJ1.
Jace Clayton (black jacket, black t-shirt, and faded black pants), aka dj / rupture, wrapped up the panel portion by saying that artists, not hipsters, are "gentrification's shock troops," and that the hipster was just a "straw man in tight jeans."