We Enter The Circle At Night And Are Consumed By Fire

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absinthe binges, art, back-packing, barry and stuart, bauhaus, bill bailey, blackadder, boris karloff, brass eye, british comedy, british humour, cartoons, celebrity fun-making, charles rennie mackintosh, chris morris, clothes, dante alighieri/divine comedy, david lynch, david niven, douglas adams, dune, dylan moran, edgar allan poe, edinburgh, edinburgh history, egyptian mythology, excessive tea drinking, fairy tales, fashion, film-making, films, francis bacon, frank herbert, fred astaire, ghost-stories, ghosts, goth, greek mythology, history, horror, isaac assimov, jthm, literature, lou reed, movies, myths and legends, old hollywood, poetry, political ignorance, post-punk, puppeteering, puppets, r-and-g-are-dead, richard pryor, river phoenix, robert burns, robert smiths hair, scotland, scottish folklore, spaced, spike milligan, star gazing, stories, t.s. eliot, the cure, the day today, the fast show, the goon show, tim burton, travelling, twin peaks, war, weed, writing, wwii, zombies

Cor"bie\ or Corby \Cor"by n.; pl. Corbies [F. corbeau, OF. corbel, dim. fr. L. corvus raven.]

1. (Zo["o]l.) The raven. [Scot.]

2. (her.) A raven, crow, or chough, used as a charge.

Corbie crow, the carrion crow. [Scot.]

3. Generic internet nickname used by a short, Scottish type person.


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