A computer science major

[1980s+ Students; fr computer jockey]


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    noun phrase Very thick eyeglass lenses: He had thinning hair, Coke-bottle glasses, a big nose/ Every maladjusted sociopath with Coke-bottle-bottom glasses has no trouble finding this stuff [1970s+; fr their resemblance to the thickness of the bottom of a soft-drink bottle]

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