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grunge

a style of rock music originating in the US in the late 1980s, featuring a distorted guitar sound
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grunge

/gruhnj/ 1. That which is grungy, or that which makes it so.

2. [Cambridge] Code which is inaccessible due to changes in other parts of the program. The preferred term in North America is dead code.
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The Carnival at Bray hits all the right young adult notes: themes of love, loss, heartbreak, rebellion, loneliness, self-discovery, and growing up dominate the novel, and grunge music and descriptions of Ireland's beauty complete it.
"A lot of people describe our music as grunge but we don't really listen to grunge music that much.
Running parallel is a sinister back-story set against the festering angst of 90s grunge music.
Midtown South's office boom has so far bypassed the Bowery, a street more associated with grunge music than tech firms.
It may be because nothing out of Seattle has captured the public consciousness since grunge music, but Hisashi Iwakuma quietly won 14 games last year with a 2.66 ERA and 1.01 WHIP.
In addition to interactive dialogues on various topics -- from Islam in America to grunge music -- @america frequently organizes workshops and concerts, and assists Indonesian students who want to study in the United States.
As much as "Seinfeld" or grunge music, al-Qaeda was a phenomenon of the 1990s.
Newcomers to the band were drawn perhaps by the advertised list of rock and grunge music on offer: Janice Joplin, Nirvana, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Coldplay and Amy Winehouse, to name a few.
However, Adrenalize was released in 1992, at the height of grunge music and that new genre of credible rock music left them dead in the water on both sides of the Atlantic.
Birthplace to Jimi Hendrix, strong coffee, and grunge music. Home to Microsoft, and one of the highest suicide rates in the United States.
The outpost in the Pacific Northwest has enjoyed a higher profile in recent years thanks to the growth of Microsoft, the grunge music scene and kooky psychiatrist Dr Frasier Crane, but they are still not getting their dues in the media hotbed of New York or the betting mecca of Las Vegas.
"There was some rapping, some grunge music and some rock.