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sharks, plural;
  1. A person who unscrupulously exploits or swindles others
    • - Coleby was a shark, not the sort of man to pay more when he could pay less
    • - property sharks want to develop 200 acres around the site
  2. An expert in a specified field
    • - a pool shark

  1. any of numerous elongate mostly marine carnivorous fishes with heterocercal caudal fins and tough skin covered with small toothlike scales
  2. play the shark; act with trickery
  3. a person who is ruthless and greedy and dishonest
  4. hunt shark
  5. a person who is unusually skilled in certain ways; "a card shark"
  6. Sharks (superorder Selachimorpha) are a type of fish with a full cartilaginous skeleton and a highly streamlined body. The earliest known sharks date from more than 420 million years ago, before the time of the dinosaurs.
  7. In cryptography, SHARK is a block cipher identified as one of the predecessors of Rijndael (the Advanced Encryption Standard).
  8. S.Ha.R.K. (the acronym stands for Soft Hard Real-time Kernel) is a completely configurable kernel architecture designed for supporting hard, soft, and non real-time applications with interchangeable scheduling algorithms.
  9. SHARK (known as Great White) is a 2000 horror film directed by Zac Reeder and released by Leo Films. SHARK is based on a true story about a shark that swam up river in New Jersey in 1916 and started to eat the local swimmers in the river. ...
  10. Q Force is a fictional marine military unit that features in the Action Force universe, a European version of the G.I.Joe action figure and comic book series.
  11. Shark is the name of three fictional characters in DC Comics publications.
  12. A scaleless fish of the superorder Selachimorpha, with a cartilaginous skeleton that has 5 to 7 gill slits on each side of its head; To steal or obtain through fraud
  13. (Sharks) Snowden's test of loyalty
  14. (Sharks) are ferocious predators in the sea that are equipped with a full cartilaginous skeleton. They accomplish respiration through a series of five to seven gills, which are respiratory organs of most aquatic animals that breathe water to obtain oxygen, consisting of a filamentous structure ...
  15. (Sharks) are underwater enemies with many varying sub-species that have appeared in both the Mario and Donkey Kong series.
  16. A good, solid player taking a lot of money from poorer players.
  17. Bottom feeding, cannibalistic, spineless, invertebrate (sure it's redundant), often found in courtrooms, newsrooms, and car lots.
  18. A Corvette showcar; also Corvette production models from 1968 through 1982.
  19. To dream of sharks, denotes formidable enemies. To see a shark pursuing and attacking you, denotes that unavoidable reverses will sink you into dispondent foreboding. ...
  20. A shark is a good player and typically wins. A shark generally "eats" fish, the weaker amatuer players.
  21. A professional player. See also card sharp.
  22. A very good winning player.
  23. a type of fish that has a skeleton made of cartilage, breathes through gill slits on the sides of its head and is covered with special scales called "placoid" scales; closely related to the ray and the skate
  24. A flavorful, low-fat fish that includes varieties such as Leopard, Mako, Spiny Dogfish, Soupfin and Thresher. Shark meat tends to have an ammonia-like smell that can be eliminated by soaking the flesh in milk or acidulated water.
  25. Highly-parallel electronic sieving device. Differs from TWIRL in its use of a butterfly routing network, use of standard-sized chips, and being tailored for special-q sieving. Cost evaluated for 1024-bit composites. The predicted cost is higher than TWIRL's ($200M vs. $1. ...