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Definition of ref

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Definitions include: When a song is played to a point where it is no longer enjoyable to listen to.
Definitions include: that best friend you had as a kid whose house was situated in back of your house where as you had to cross your backyard in order to go and pay him a visit each day.
Definitions include: to make progress towards.
Definitions include: extremely drunk, to the point where others may have to carry the afflicted party home.
Definitions include: a fun-loving, socially and sexually active man. Compare with playgirl.
Definitions include: Perjured testimony by police or other public officials for the purpose of obtaining the conviction of a suspect whom they believe to be guilty but on whom they don't believe they can obtain evidence which meets current evidentiary standards.
Definitions include: an acronym for Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response.
Definitions include: superior; dominant.
Definitions include: An expression of great excitement and/or happiness. Possible origin in a comic book of the same name.
Definitions include: to go crazy

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