Exon = E = exploit

Exploder n.

Used within Microsoft to refer to the Windows Explorer, the interface component of Windows 95 and WinNT 4. Our spies report that most of the heavy guns at MS came from a Unix background and use command line utilities; even they are scornful of the over-gingerbreaded WIMP environments that they have been called upon to create.

--The Jargon File version 4.3.1, ed. ESR, autonoded by rescdsk.

The trademark manuver of puroresu superstar Jun Akiyama. The move is applied by standing belly to belly with one's opponent and placing your right arm around your opponents neck and your left arm around the back of his leg. You then lift your opponent off of the mat and bring him over your head sending him crashing to the ground. Variations of the move include the Dangerous Exploder, where you deliver your opponent to the ground at a more or less vertical position causing him to land directly on the top of his head and the Exploder '98 where you grasp your opponents left hand from behind the back of his right leg. An interesting footnote to the Exploder is that the reaction of the television announcer to the move is very similar to that of the famous spanish soccer announcer that is often lampooned. The move is announced in English in the middle of Japanese commentary and is roughly pronounced: EX-POHD-DAH! (The Japanese language has no true "L" sound so either "R" is substituted or the sound is dropped off)

Ex*plod"er (?), n.


One who or that which explodes.


One who rejects an opinion or scheme with open contempt.



© Webster 1913.

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