shocky

shocky

adjective A popular term referring to a state of shock.
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Whereas I can see how that might work for Amy, I'm not sure Lauren should be so cocky - she might be in for a bit of a shocky.
CRO-ACE-TIAN: Boksic provesa thorn in Ronny Johnsen's side; SHOCKY BORO SHOW: Boksic outsmarts gaolkeeper Fabien Barthez to convert the game's only goal and deal a massive blow to Manchester United's chances of winning the Premiership title for a fourth consecutive time
Examination of the adhesive in the peal front in all but the shocky peel mode shows the formation of strands or filaments that join either the two halves of the adhesive (cohesive failure mode) or the substrate and the adhesive (adhesion failure mode).
There is excellent agreement between the experimentally determined transition between cohesive and interfacial failure in addition to good agreement with peel force values in the smooth peel and shocky peel regimes.
The big trend," explains Shocky Van Horn, a supervisor at 3M who was part of a benchmarking team that looked at several peer companies in evaluating what 3M should do, "is a more computerized environment for access control.
REST OF SHOCKY HORROR SHOW Face after face around the Cabinet table betrays the pain of failure.
We both did our loveliest smiles, and that would be when Shocky and Duncan came over and tried to get into the picture.
El Ittihad showed their temperament was equally suspect when their midfielder Shocky hurled the ball at the referee after another dubious decision and was shown a red.
Next time you're watching ER bear in mind this glum statistic when the doc whips out the electric shocky things and shouts, `CLEAR