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Definition of zero dark thirty

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Other terms relating to 'military (related to)':

Definitions include: soldiers.
Definitions include: "military surplus".
Definitions include: "a target has been injured or killed" or "a terrorist has been injured or killed."
Definitions include: to vomit
Definitions include: breasts.
Definitions include: fresh, deep, uncut snow.
Definitions include: the Vietnam War.
Definitions include: the police.
Definitions include: "First Civilian Division."
Definitions include: pejorative term for an Air Force.
Definitions include: acronym for "in Jesus's name."
Definitions include: a very late - or very early - time of the day.
Definitions include: "special operations".
Definitions include: a United States Marine.
Definitions include: a lazy or worthless person.

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Other terms relating to 'dark':

Definitions include: really good.
Definitions include: usually "dark horse candidate."
Definitions include: when people go to being nice to rude
Definitions include: uninformed, ignorant.
Definitions include: a very early time in the morning.
Definitions include: very early in the day.
Definitions include: a very late - or very early - time of the day.
Definitions include: a very early time in the morning.

Other terms relating to 'thirty':

Definitions include: Time to head to the bar.
Definitions include: very early in the day.
Definitions include: a very late - or very early - time of the day.
Definitions include: crazy, mad, insane.

Other terms relating to 'zero':

Definitions include: commercial software available for piracy on the same day it is released to the public.
Definitions include: the police.
Definitions include: in jail
Definitions include: pulling oneself up.
Definitions include: an unpopular person.
Definitions include: no chill.
Definitions include: a very early time in the morning.
Definitions include: commercial software available for piracy on the same day it is released to the public.
Definitions include: scheduled start time.
Definitions include: to ignore distractions and focus intently on.

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