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Definition of solution

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Definitions include: extremely inebriated.
Definitions include: obstinate
Definitions include: It means that the person in question is trying to get the attention of the person they are speaking to, but the person they are speaking to is lost in their own thoughts and not paying attention to them. Because the person is said to be 'spacing out', they are being contacted by earth.
Definitions include: not drinking alcohol.
Definitions include: exclamation used to get the attention of one or more people.
Definitions include: Extreme halitosis.
Definitions include: an extremely small breast.
Definitions include: a Caucasian who acts, dresses and emulates like a black person from the ghetto.
Definitions include: An overpriced area of Parkland, Florida where your hair stands on end due to proximity to power lines.
Definitions include: very good.

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