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Part 7二都物語(Book 03, Chs 08-11) (Part 7 - A Tale of Two Cities Audiobook by Charles Dickens (Book 03, Chs 08-11))

Part 7二都物語(Book 03, Chs 08-11) (Part 7 - A Tale of Two Cities Audiobook by Charles Dickens (Book 03, Chs 08-11)) Image 01:49:54
  1. fatal register, and would quash his last chance of life.

  2. but, now i believe that the mark of the red cross is fatal to them, and that they have

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  1. Used to describe a relationship or former relationship in which one of the parties acts as if they have a "fatal attraction" towards the other. Also used when someone in a relationship is seemingly too concerned with the other.
    A bee, quit acting all fatal about your ex-lady; who gives a fuck what she's doing know. I love that her to death...I think I'm getting fatal.
  2. adj. exceedingly insane, especially regarding an action done to a significant other (e.g., spying, excessive calling)
    The bitch is fatal. She was creepin' up on Quinton all night long!
  3. Rapper on Tupacs Masterpiece "Hit em up"
    get out the way yo get out the way yo biggie smalls just got dropped little move past the mac and let me hit him in his back Frank White needs to get spanked right for settin traps Little accident murderer and i aint never heard off ya poisenous gats attack when im servin ya Spank the shank your whole style when i gank guard your rank cuz imma slam your ass in the pank Puffy weaker then the fuckin block im runnin thru nigga and i'm smokin junior mafia in front of you nigga with the ready power tuckin my guess under my eddie bauer your clout petty sour i push packages every hour and hit em up
  4. Spanish word, pronounced fah-TAHL, used in Andalucia to describe something, someone, or a situation as royally screwed up; a HOT MESS, if you will.
    Situation: You and a friend are walking down the street, when you come across a hot mess crack whore, and she looks at you up and down as if to cruise you. You look at your friend while continuing on your way, and you exclaim, "Fatal, tio..." A variation is FATAR (pronounced fah-TAHRR... with a strong rolling R at the end), which makes the situation more exaggerated.