Definitions for "Nuke"
an animated FlashDash theme that makes your Pocket PC look Nuclear Powered
Nuke is a superhero from Earth-712 in the fictional Marvel Universe, a member of the Squadron Supreme and it's rebooted equivalent, Supreme Power, a thinly disguised pastiche of DC Comics' Justice League of America. He is an analogue of DC Comics Firestorm.
For the Squadron Supreme and Supreme Power character, see Nuke (Squadron Supreme)
Keywords:  bomb, enemy, spell, weapon, firepower
To hit a target with a damage spell. Mage's use their Direct Damage and Area of Effect Spells to inflict damage on enemies, or nuke them.
the warhead of a missile designed to deliver an atom bomb
strike at with firepower or bombs; "zap the enemy"
"(Military slang.) In biology, an attempt to render a place sterile."
Slang for having a writeup removed from the database.
cook or heat in a microwave oven; "You can microwave the left-overs"
attack a user with flaming messages, usually with the goal of making them leave.
a faked ICMP packet sent to your client connection which makes it think it lost it's connection, thus you are disconnected
a type of attack against Windows-run computers connected to the Internet, causing the computer to disconnect or crash
Nucleoside analog reverse transcriptase inhibitors, a type of antiviral drug. Examples are AZT (Retrovir) or d4T (Zerit).
a bit like a computer - today's state of the art ten years from now is obsolete and either a collector's item or a disposal hassle
Keywords:  terrible, kids, remember, waste, thing
a terrible thing to waste Remember Kids
Keywords:  regret, yes, advise, you're, header
The practice of removing one's personal posts from a group or number of groups. Click here for more information on how to remove articles from Google's archive. Also, Google supports the 'X-No-archive: yes' header. Google will not archive any posted articles that contain this text in the header. If you think you may later regret what you're about to say, we advise you to take advantage of this option.
To intentionally delete the entire contents of a given directory or storage volume. "On UNIX, `rm -r /usr' will nuke everything in the usr directory."
vb. 1. To erase a file, directory, or entire hard disk. 2. To stop a process in an operating system, an application, or a program. Also called kill.
Keywords:  'dd, see
See 'DD.'
Keywords:  victory, guys, isp, cancelling, score
Nuke refers to an ISP cancelling a user's account. A nuke is a victory - score one for the good guys.