Because of submarines' shortage of library space and low levels of internet connectivity, the NGLP decided to send NeRDs
to those ships first, which have about 110-160 crew members.
One of our nerd
sisters, searching for photos to illustrate a diverse range of people, discovered this on a website: "Photographs of women wearing glasses, while not rare, are certainly unique.
cid Be prepared to be surprised as the future unfolds - a nerd
is not always a nerd
, an idiot tends to stay one.
According to its first definition of the word, a nerd
is a "foolish or contemptible person who lacks social skills or is boringly studious.
He does a smart and sympathetic job of showing how the rules and elaborate procedures of computer programming, ham radio and other nerd
pursuits provide the structure and sense of belonging missing from the lives of so many nerds
Two years ago Chris O'Reilly became involved as business partner in Need a Nerd
increasingly despise Shyamalan, though, because his sketchy "Twilight Zone"-style plot devices--such as space invaders who can span the unfathomable void between the stars but have to communicate with each other using crop circles strike these overgrown adolescents as fundamentally childish.
MEET a new breed of spy - a socially awkward computer nerd
who hasn't had a hot date since he was at university.
At the University of British Columbia, our interdisciplinary research team, NERD
(Norms Evolving in Response to Dilemmas), has developed a web-based survey instrument to address some of the challenges faced by traditional modes of public consultation.
awards also saw another piece of silverware added to The Angel of the North's trophy cabinet, with David Bunce, director of culture and communities at Gateshead Council, collecting the award for Best North East Landmark.
Although the term nerd
had many negative connotations, the term geek was even more potent.
You know, I'm sure that if I hadn't been an actress, I would have been a big nerd