fudge

  • 1 FUDGE — (Freeform, Universal Do it yourself Gaming Engine)  свободная универсальная настраиваемая игровая система ролевых игр, разработанная и написанная Стеффаном О’Салливаном, автором нескольких приложений для GURPS. Идеально подходит как для… …

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  • 2 Fudge — steht für: Fudge, Karamell Konfekt, siehe: Karamellbonbon Fudge (Fernsehserie), US amerikanische Kinder Fernsehserie Die Abkürzung FUDGE steht für: FUDGE, ein Rollenspielsystem (Freeform Universal Do it yourself Gaming Engine) Fudge ist der… …

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  • 3 FUDGE — (Freeform Universal Do it yourself Gaming Engine) ist eine Art kostenloses Universal Rollenspiel System. Genau genommen ist es kein fertiges System, sondern stellt Konventionen, Vorschläge und Ideen bereit, um ein eigenes zu erschaffen. FUDGE… …

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  • 4 fudge — ● fudge nom masculin (anglais fudge, fondant) Bonbon composé d un assemblage de caramel et de fondant. fudge n. m. (Québec) d1./d Confiserie fondante à base de chocolat. d2./d Crème glacée au chocolat, moulée sur un bâtonnet …

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  • 5 Fudge — Fudge, n. [Cf. Prov. F. fuche, feuche, an interj. of contempt.] A made up story; stuff; nonsense; humbug; often an exclamation of contempt. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 6 Fudge — Fudge, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Fudged}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Fudging}.] 1. To make up; to devise; to contrive; to fabricate. [1913 Webster] Fudged up into such a smirkish liveliness. N. Fairfax. [1913 Webster] 2. To foist; to interpolate. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 7 Fudge — Fudge, n. A kind of soft candy composed of sugar or maple sugar, milk, and butter, and often chocolate or nuts, boiled and stirred to a proper consistency. [Webster 1913 Suppl.] …

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  • 8 fudge — ► NOUN 1) a soft sweet made from sugar, butter, and milk or cream. 2) (before another noun ) chiefly N. Amer. rich chocolate, used as a sauce or a filling for cakes. 3) an attempt to fudge an issue. ► VERB 1) present in a vague way, especially to …

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  • 9 fudge — [fuj] n. [? echoic, as in Ger futsch, gone, ruined] 1. empty, foolish talk; nonsense ☆ 2. [< ?] a soft candy made of butter, milk, sugar, and chocolate or other flavoring, etc. 3. Printing a short piece of last minute news or other matter,… …

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  • 10 Fudge 44 — (2006) is the second feature film from Irish director Graham Jones. It is a mockumentary about six puppets in a financially impoverished Tokyo children s puppet theatre who, locals believe, came to life and robbed a nearby bank to avoid being put …

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  • 11 fudge — index mulct (defraud) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 12 Fudge — (Freeform Universal Do it yourself Gaming Engine) es un juego de rol gratuito con reglas sencillas, que permite a los jugadores concentrarse en la narración y no en la aplicación de las mismas. Sus caracteristicas más relevantes son su sistema de …

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  • 13 fudge — [v] fake, misrepresent avoid, color, cook up*, dodge, embellish, embroider, equivocate, evade, exaggerate, falsify, hedge, magnify, overstate, pad, patch, shuffle, slant, stall; concepts 59,63 Ant. tell truth …

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  • 14 Fudge — Infobox Prepared Food name = Fudge caption = Fudge alternate name = country = United States region = creator = Multiple claims course = Dessert served = Room tempature main ingredient = sugar butter milk variations = Multiple calories = other =… …

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  • 15 Fudge — La palabra inglesa fudge puede referirse a: Fudge, el dulce de azúcar; Fudge, acrónimo que da su nombre a un sistema genérico de juego de rol; Fudge, un área no incorporada de Estados Unidos; Fudge, una serie de televisión estadounidense; Fudge… …

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  • 16 fudge — fudge1 /fuj/, n. a soft candy made of sugar, butter, milk, chocolate, and sometimes nuts. [1895 1900, Amer.; of uncert. orig.; the word was early in its history associated with college campuses, where fudge making was popular; however, attempts… …

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  • 17 fudge — {{11}}fudge (n.) type of confection, 1895, Amer.Eng., apparently a word first used among students at women s colleges; perhaps a special use of FUDGE (Cf. fudge) (v.). He lies, answered Lord Etherington, so far as he pretends I know of such… …

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  • 18 Fudge — Pour les articles homonymes, voir fudge (homonymie). Fudge est un système de jeu de rôle générique et gratuit. Il propose des règles adaptables à tout univers possible. C est l acronyme anglais de Freeform Universal Do it Yourself Gaming Engine… …

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  • 19 fudge — I UK [fʌdʒ] / US noun Word forms fudge : singular fudge plural fudges 1) [uncountable] a soft brown sweet food made from sugar, butter, and milk or cream 2) [uncountable] mainly American a sweet soft chocolate that is spread on cakes or poured… …

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  • 20 fudge — I [[t]fʌdʒ[/t]] n. coo a soft candy made with sugar, butter, milk, and chocolate or other flavoring • Etymology: 1895–1900, amer.; of uncert. orig. II fudge [[t]fʌdʒ[/t]] n. v. fudged, fudg•ing 1) nonsense or foolishness (often used… …

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