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scuzzy

[′skəz·ē]
(computer science)
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scuzzy

The usual pronunciation of SCSI.
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scuzzy

Slang for the SCSI interface. See SCSI.
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Finally last month we got the album, which gained an 8/10 review in the NME whose writer was moved to describe it as "enough scuzz and raw charm to ensure their debut will become the new soundtrack to your life".
Many organizations, including schools, have seen success by creating a "buzz on scuzz." Some ideas for your campaign include:
A genre that grew out of a desire to scuzz up death metal in Norway in the early '90s, its basic musical tenets are fast drums, complex and high ranged guitar and shredded vocals tossed to the wind.
You know what I mean-- a big, silken cock and balls, plain scuzz, huge and smelling good.
If you want to get out and about then you can catch Martha Wainwright's mate Kimmie Rhodes at Aberdare's Coliseum (Thursday), get some influential scuzz rock from grunge precursors The Melvins at Cardiff Barfly (Wednesday) or check out Clwb Ifor Bach in Cardiff for Wilco-side project The Autumn Defense (Sunday), The Jeffrey Lewis Band (Wednesday) and The Anomalies (Thursday).
The Grownup Noise plays with I Hate Zen, The Foundation and The Bohemian Scuzz Buckets at 9 tonight at The Q Coffeehouse, 362 Chandler St., Worcester.
The quartet - Mart guitar/vocals, Tom drums, Mick guitar/vocals and Mike bass - have already been tipped for great things in 2007 by Rock Sound and Metal Hammer magazines (the single rated an eightout- of-10 review in the latter) and Scuzz TV.
Emmet Walsh Clara Dalrymple Wendie Malick Voices: Stripes Frankie Muniz Sandy Mandy Moore Clydesdale Michael Clarke Duncan Reggie Jeff Foxworthy Trenton's Pride Joshua Jackson Goose Joe Pantoliano Ruffshod Michael Rosenbaum Buzz Steve Harvey Scuzz David Spade Lightning Snoop Dogg Sir Trenton Fred Dalton Thompson Tucker Dustin Hoffman Franny Whoopi Goldberg A "Babe"-licious mix of human thesps and CGI-tweaked animals, "Racing Stripes" is poised to run a profitable sprint through megaplex tracks before it hits its stride as a long-distance homevid frontrunner.
It was all bursts and streaks, as if the painter had just thrown random buckets around till everything was covered: walls, floors, ceilings, all splattered and dripped beyond scuzz" (162-63).
Jon Spencer, who now fronts the Jori Spencer Blues Explosion, dropped out of Brown University in the early '80s, formed the band Pussy Galore in 1985, and eventually insinuated himself into the gentrified scuzz of New York City's East Village.
"Scum-sucking pig[s]," they think, "scuzz that are eating your country," at best cowards and "frauds." It is assumed that anyone who opposed the war did so only to avoid serving in it, and that they would all fall smartly into line if exposed for a moment to enemy fire.