Underground

(from the article `Anderson, Regina M.`) ...one-act play Climbing Jacob`s Ladder, about a lynching that happened while people prayed in church. The next year the theatre produced her one-act ...
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UNDERGROUND

(With a capital letter) the London subway system. Also called The Tube
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underground

[adv] - in or into hiding or secret operation 2. [adv] - beneath the surface of the earth 3. [n] - a secret group organized to overthrow a government or occupation force
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Underground

• (n.) The place or space beneath the surface of the ground; subterranean space. • (a.) Being below the surface of the ground; as, an underground story or apartment. • (adv.) Beneath the surface of the earth. • (a.) Done or occurring out of sight; secret.
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underground

adverb beneath the surface of the earth; `water flowing underground`
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Underground

[British subculture] The underground was a countercultural movement in the United Kingdom linked to the underground culture in the United States and associated with the hippie phenomenon. Its primary focus was around Ladbroke Grove and Notting Hill in London. It generated its own magazines and newspapers, bands, clubs and alternative lifest...
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Underground

[David Bowie song] `Underground` is a song from the soundtrack of the film Labyrinth, performed by David Bowie. == Details == The track was something of an experiment for Bowie, dabbling in gospel music to a small extent, helped by a large chorus of backing vocalists and blues guitarist Albert Collins, but retaining use of synthesizers. The...
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Underground

[Dreyfus book] Underground: Tales of Hacking, Madness and Obsession on the Electronic Frontier is a 1997 book by Suelette Dreyfus, researched by Julian Assange. It describes the exploits of a group of Australian, American, and British black hat hackers during the late 1980s and early 1990s, among them Assange himself. The book also mentions...
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Underground

[Murakami book] The interviews highlight many intriguing aspects of the Japanese psyche. Work was a high, if not central, priority for most of the interviewees. Isolation, individualism, and lack of communication were also strong themes which were common throughout many accounts of the attacks. Many of the interviewees expressed disillusion...
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Underground

[role-playing game] Underground is a satirical `grim and gritty`-style superhero role playing game set in the near future. It was released by Mayfair Games in 1993 as a commentary on the politics and society of the early 1990s as expressed through the year 2021. ==Overview== Inspired by the Dark Age of Comic Books, Aeon Flux, and the politi...
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underground

capable of operating when directly buried in the ground, or in a compartment buried in the ground
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underground

Rail service that runs underground. The first underground line in the world was in London, opened in 1863; it was essentially a roofed-in trench. The London Underground is still the longest underground system, with over 400 km/250 mi of routes. Many large cities throughout the world have similar systems, and Moscow's underground, th...
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Underground

Underground is slang for belonging to an 'alternative' society, counterculture, resistance group, or criminal organisation.
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underground

underground: see guerrilla warfare.
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