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Geek

Informal and somewhat derogatory; a new hire at a Wall Street trading firm. The term was popularized by the book Liar's Poker, which describes the author's experience as a bond trader on Wall Street in the 1980s.
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All you have to do is buy a pair of frames, the geekier the better, and have them fitted with plain glass.
You've got a bunch of clueless wine geeks quoting even geekier wine writers and putting numbers in big black type trying to sell the public lovely stuff like Pinot noir, for heaven's sake.
This is a bit geekier (and longer) than the CRS report, but if you're interested in how the Net Neutrality debate is playing out in Europe, you'll want to at least give it a browse.
Apologies for being a bit geekier than usual - and for temporarily adding to that noise.
Washington, Feb 1 ( ANI ): Microsoft co-founder and chairman Bill Gates, who is trying to save the world by reducing child death rates and eliminating polio, has said that he is less 'less geekier' that Steve Jobs.
After that ended, Daisy set her sights upon the equally thin and brooding Matt Smith - AKA Dr Who (and it doesn't come much geekier than that).
Admittedly, The IT Crowd might have a slightly geekier consumer, but 370,000 people watch it on their computers, a significant fraction of the 1.6 million who watch it on TV.
Rothman's Mac OS X Tiger For Unix Geeks: Demystifying The Geekier Side Of Mac OS X (0596009127, $34.95).
Some products inevitably nod to the geekier end of the gadget market - the carousels holding four bottles of spirits with built-in optics, for example - but elsewhere items are tasteful and well-chosen.
Bullied by the boys and laughed at by the girls, this skinny geek only finds comfort playing in a band with his even geekier friends.
Here's where Posner, in one of the geekier law-and-economics moments of his book, finds common ground with recent discussions of criticism within the art world (and neighboring precincts).
Georgina Mavris, 32, from Walthamstow, London, has a thing for comedian Stephen Merchant, Ricky Gervais's even geekier mate.