Definitions

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  • noun law enforcement Abbreviation of unknown subject of an investigation.
  • verb Abbreviation of unsubscribe.

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Examples

  • Conference attendees - "But maybe that would be too much when I got home, if so, I could just wholesale unsub from the lot"

    I think Dave Winer is looking for Beeds

  • But maybe that would be too much when I got home, if so, I could just wholesale unsub from the lot.

    Scripting News for 8/15/07 « Scripting News Annex

  • Conference attendees - "But maybe that would be too much when I got home, if so, I could just wholesale unsub from the lot"

    August 2007

  • I went to the one site to unsub from the list and all the buttons are subtitles - I mean, FLUBTITLED - into English from some Asian language.

    Weird Dreams and Strangeness

  • They were able to lock in on the call the unsub made to the rectory.

    HEARTBREAKER

  • They were able to lock in on the call the unsub made to the rectory.

    HEARTBREAKER

  • I just know that the author will see my "unsub" request and remember it.

    Extra! Extra! Read all about it!

  • Even more significantly, that same FBI document reveals that it was not during the FBI's initial interview with the witness that she identified that fourth "unsub" as Hanjour, as the

    911Blogger.com

  • Even more significantly, that same FBI document reveals that it was not during the FBI's initial interview with the witness that she identified that fourth "unsub" as Hanjour, as the

    911Blogger.com

  • Curry, although a very twisted "unsub" who became "knownsub," was creepy ... but nowhere near the performance as Pennywise.

    The (TV) Show Must Go On...

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