gibberish


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gibberish

[′jib·rish]
(computer science)
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By the second act, Charlie is supplementing his gibberish with ``newly learned'' English and on his way to foiling the machinations of the sinister Reverend David (John Hemphill) and winning the affections of the Reverend's long-suffering fiancee, Catherine (Alyss Henderson).
Following last week's council elections, psychiatrists and social workers will now know that, for at least one evening a month, these disturbed individuals will be secure in council chambers spouting gibberish about bins and cemeteries whilst slurping tea and feasting on chocolate biscuits at the ratepayers' expense.
They fell and rolled, spouting gibberish and collapsing onto each other.
It's no longer about having something to say but about having a clever gimmick and lots of faux-intellectual gibberish to tack on to it.
In affected computers, it attempts to erase the hard-drive and write gibberish to the computer's system settings, called its BIOS, which would prevent the machine from being restarted.
Because the sender and receiver share a secret method for authenticating the origin and contents of each packet, the receiver can readily distinguish between the legitimate information (wheat) and the gibberish (chaff).
Another source said: "Chris was boozing big-time with pals around the pool then he lurched through the crowd like Frankenstein on schnapps, screaming gibberish and bumping people.
The tired hocuspocus extends to Calame's titles, gibberish that supposedly onomatopoetically represents the ambient sounds she hears when she completes a painting (motors whirring, fans oscillating, etc.
Mumbling gibberish, they move in packs, stamping their feet rhythmically as Toshiko Oiwa sprints onstage, as if with dire news, then retraces her steps repeatedly in an ebb and flow.
The people responsible for trashing Welsh and converting the language of the bards into infantile gibberish are school teachers and Welsh Assembly politicians - the very people who now wish to abandon school tests for 11 and 14 year olds.
TV pictures show the crowd meaninglessly mouthing gibberish because even the highest patriotism cannot teach the sounds of a language that hardly anyone understands.
New Wolves boss GLENN HODDLE gets straight back in the swing of talking gibberish.