Definitions for "Moby Dick"
Keywords:  herman, melville, dick, huston, novel
a huge, whale-like moustache
Herman Melville who, like Nathaniel Hawthorne, had a pessimistic view of human nature, wrote "Moby Dick" (1851). It was a powerful novel that dealt with the problems of good and evil, courage and cowardice; and with faith, stubbornness, and pride.
"Moby Dick" is an instrumental song by English rock band Led Zeppelin, featured on their 1969 album Led Zeppelin II. The title has no relation to the book by Herman Melville. According to Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham's wife, Pat, the song is named "Moby Dick" because his son, Jason, asked him to play "the long song".
A tantrum with a blind side 360.
tantrum with a backside 360. 900: A spin involving two-and-a-half complete rotations (also called a ''9''). 911: Heelside Raley with a twist.
Keywords:  wads, shoot, chick, forth, fat
Get a fat chick to run back and forth in front of you while you shoot wads at her.
Keywords:  restaurant, great, hands, down
a great restaurant, hands down