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Definition of shazam

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Definitions include: to say a "neg" (as described in the noun sense) to a person.
Definitions include: originated when people in the tri state area would get cut in the face, usually by gang members.
Definitions include: female pubic hair.
Definitions include: Unfaithfulness as a result of utilitarian or imposituous deeds to another for the unpardonable sin's antequation. To be empty in spirituality as the tower of babel and its molech (god of birth) god. To imply the Lord's crucifixion is no different from another's. In other words faith without the Lord as a rock of strength.
Definitions include: "about to".
Definitions include: "magazine".
Definitions include: a knife.
Definitions include: a person who is a cunt.
Definitions include: to dance in a particular style which involves a lot of jumping up and down.
Definitions include: stupidity.

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