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gimp

(gɪmp)
1. n. a lame person. (Originally underworld. Rude and derogatory.) Lefty tried to mug an old gimp with a cane.
2. in. to limp about. I’ll gimp over there as soon as I can. It’ll take a while on these crutches.
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I think you take a few punts and hope for the best," Cranny told Reuters as they waited in the open air bar under clear and starry skies for the "Late Night Gimp Fight" to start.
GIMP is a popular photo and graphics manipulation application.
Thus, the microeconomic derivation and the properties of the GIMP when market power comes from the supply side are the same as those of the Lerner index.
The course assumes nothing, and you begin with short lessons about how photos are made of pixels, how you import them into the program, the different color models, file formats for images, and how to set up GIMP on your computer.
Moreover, when people with disabilities join together, as Irvin did when she first joined a disability advocacy organization in the 1970s, they can not only raise their consciousness about their common experiences with discrimination and the gimp mystique, but also begin to change society's ideas of normalcy.
began to suspect the gimp mask had only been the beginning and my fears were confirmed.
Such it was with Kings With Long Arms, a cacophonous comedy (sic) outfit comprised of loudmouth frontman, drummer and two keyboard players, one from another planet, the other dressed like the gimp from Pulp Fiction with a mohican.
According to the alternative weekly Los Angeles New Times, folks can play with Suffering Bob, "an obese amputee with what looks like the gimp from Pulp Fiction busting out of his crotch," as well as Feverish, "another fat man, lying in a pool of mucus while giving birth to worms," and Camille Noir, "an angel with wings of flayed skin and a buzz-saw blade embedded in her forehead as a halo.
No one could understand that I was an intelligent person inside this body," he explained in King Gimp, the Academy Award-winning documentary about his life.
GIMP members sign up for the assistance they need on a biweekly basis, paying for these services by the half hour.
Back in 1952, in an essay entitled "The Gimp," he tackled A Place in the Sun (no.
The Isabelle collection is a hand-pieced, heat-transfer jacquard and is embellished with French gimp and cording, for an elegant, highly decorated look.
com) listed five free post-production software for photographers: GIMP (http://www.
One of Mr Poulson's online comments, referring to an event attended by Cllr Radford, said: "Cllr Radford and his candidate (the gimp from the cellar) came dressed as tramps and ate all our butties like they had been living in the bus stop.
And when Vinnie Jones appears in an armoured gimp suit, things takes a turn for the worst that you wouldn't have imagined possible.