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gnarly

(jargon)
/nar'lee/ Both obscure and hairy. "Yow! - the tuned assembler implementation of BitBlt is really gnarly!" From a similar but less specific usage in surfer slang.

gnarly

Pronounced "narlee," gnarly is a favorite word of high-tech enthusiasts to refer to something extreme, radical, perfection, over the top.
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I appreciated David Mastio's article, but the problem is deeper and gnarlier than anyone can grasp.
MOM is putting its most humane face to the camera, while keeping its other two co-founders - Randy's gruff father, David, and his even gnarlier uncle John, who has a long association with neo-Nazi groups - safely bunkered away from the media's greedy reach.
Where AAA shooters pride themselves on bigger, gnarlier kills (hence
That just adds to the sense that ``Gridiron Gang'' could have been a truer -- meaning rougher, gnarlier and probably not as triumphant -- story.
although her regular diet of rotten foodstuffs is considerably gnarlier (unless one considers Hot Chee-tos).
I'm sure there's plenty of kids out there that think, "Oh, this dude did gnarlier stuff; this dude skated bigger rails," but it's not always about that.
One of the Staples announcers at the morning's Aggressive In-Line Vert preliminaries, in a sage analysis of the level of performance, noted, ``It keeps getting gnarlier.
That's why, if not exactly the most stellar writing nominated, Julian Fellowes' arch and epigram-laden ``Gosford Park'' script landed the original screenplay prize instead of the behaviorally gnarlier ``Royal Tenenbaums'' or harder to process ``Memento.
There's already so many politics in this game, it just gets gnarlier when you go up to brands like that.
Their son Sam (Hayden Christensen, star of the next two ``Star Wars'' features) is a gnarlier issue.