Zombie

Zombie is slang for a dull, vacuous person.
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Zombie

An alcoholic drink made with five types of rum and fruit juices.
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Zombie

A corpse that has been partly brought back to (soul-less) life by magic. See also Voodoo.
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Zombie

A corpse that has been partly brought back to (soul-less) life by magic. See also Voodoo.
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zombie

[n] - several kinds of rum with fruit juice and usually apricot liqueur
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zombie

Corpse believed to be reanimated by a spirit and enslaved. The idea, widespread in Haiti, possibly arose from voodoo priests using the nerve poison tetrodotoxin (from the puffer fish) to produce a...
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zombie

zombi noun several kinds of rum with fruit juice and usually apricot liqueur
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zombie

noun a god of voodoo cults of African origin worshipped especially in West Indies
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zombie

(from the article `Computers and Information Systems`) ...it shut down computer security software, which in turn allowed additional malicious code to be downloaded and personal information on the computer ... Another security threat came from zombies, computers that had been surreptitiously taken over by hackers to respond to commands v...
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Zombie

Zombie is a cocktail made from dark, white and spiced rums, apricot brandy sweetened with a little sugar and flavoured with lime juice and pineapple juice.
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zombie

A hypothetical being that behaves like us and may share our functional organization and even, perhaps, our neurophysiological makeup, but lacks consciousness or any form of subjective awareness. The concept is used in discussions of artificial intelligence.
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Zombie

In Voodoo, a zombie is the spirit of a person killed by a sorcerer and resurected by evil houngans.
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zombie

Corpse believed to be reanimated by a spirit and enslaved. The idea, widespread in Haiti, possibly arose from voodoo priests using the nerve poison tetrodotoxin (from the puffer fish) to produce a semblance of death from which the victim afterwards physically recovers. Those eating incorrectly prepared puffer fish in Japan have been similarly affec...
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Zombie

A very potent alcoholic beverage consisting of two types of rum, two types of liqueur, and two or three fruit juices. Normally garnished with slices of pineapple and orange and a Maraschino cherry.
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Zombie

[fictional] Zombies are fictional creatures, typically depicted as mindless, reanimated human corpses (sometimes animals) with a hunger for human flesh, regularly encountered in horror and fantasy themed works. Some depictions are inspired by Haitian folklore, while others, like the ones in George A. Romero`s film Night of the Living Dead, ...
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Zombie

[computer science] In computer science, a zombie is a computer connected to the Internet that has been compromised by a hacker, computer virus or trojan horse and can be used to perform malicious tasks of one sort or another under remote direction. Botnets of zombie computers are often used to spread e-mail spam and launch denial-of-service...
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Zombie

In Haitian folklore, a zombie (Haitian Creole: zonbi, Haitian French: zombi) is an animated corpse raised by magical means, such as witchcraft. The concept has been popularly associated with the Vodou religion, but it plays no part in that faith`s formal practices. ==Etymology== The English word `zombie` is first recorded in 1819, in a history ......
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Zombie

A zombie is a hostile mob that only appears at night. It makes a groaning sound that is distiguishable from all other mobs.Fights with melee. In the daytime, it bursts into flames.
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Zombie

A zombie is a PC that has been infected with a virus or Trojan horse that puts it under the remote control of an online hijacker. The hijacker uses it to generate spam or launch Denial of Service attacks. Also see: spam, Denial of Service.
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zombie

Central African (Kikongo zumbi, Kimbundu nzambi)
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Zombie

The living dead who feed on human flesh.
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