There are a few that I get on with, but most of them are obsessed with snogging every reasonably pretty girl they see, or making fun of at least one member of The Nerd
So now I'm enjoying letting my inner nerd
come out to play a bit more.
licences to operate Nerd
Force in the other territories held by the
According to its first definition of the word, a nerd
is a "foolish or contemptible person who lacks social skills or is boringly studious.
is designed to stress test normative decisions with social and technological change and social pressure.
These PPI response rates are lower than generally reported in GERD studies involving erosive esophagitis, but they nonetheless demonstrate substantial absolute therapeutic gain over placebo in the NERD
population, said Dr.
However, to achieve true nerd
status is not just a matter of dressing badly.
You better be president and not chief nerd
if you're on Wall Street," said Enelow.
But that's not an arena a theater audience could very well understand if, say, half of them had attended small schools dedicated to science, foreign languages, or even--this one already exists--"the hospitality industry" Who'd make sense of the hulking football teams (at a school of just 300 kids, even regular-sized people could play), the lunch-table segregation by activity group (the band dorks would all be at the special music school anyway), and even the hallways so long that the teachers don't notice when the greaser stuffs the nerd
into a locker?
IF one word could sum up squeaky-voiced comedian Joe Pasquale, then it would be nerd
Given their frequent use of computers and relationships to computer technology, these young, mostly white, mostly male participants must negotiate their relationship to the potentially stigmatizing, but also partially respectable nerd
And so what if Jeff Goldblum forgot which nerd
he was playing and reverted back to the nerd
he was in Independence Day.