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EBR
"Evil Black Rifle." Sarcastic term used in reference to the anti-gun community's perception of semiautomatic rifles that often share common cosmetic features with military rifles. Most typically associated with the AR-15, other examples would include the M1A, FAL, and various clones of AK models. Although a small minority of areas in the U.S. have local regulations governing semiautomatic rifles or magazine capacity, these rifles are generally totally legal and serve a variety of sporting, target and plinking purposes.
Anti-gun activists typically refer to EBRs as "machine guns" or "automatic weapons," further displaying their ignorance on the topic they allege to be experts on.
viết bởi br3nd4n 17 Tháng tư, 2007
 
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EBR
Any photograph so hideously over processed through the misuse of HDR manipulation that it can be deemed to be guilty of 'EyeBall Rape"
Having spent a small fortune on a DSLR the rookie urban explorer felt that he needed to post-process his shots to look like Scooby Doo cartoons in an epic HDR/ EBR (EyeBall Rape) fest.
viết bởi rotate13 16 Tháng sáu, 2013
 
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EBR
Acronym for 'Eyebrow Raise'. Usually used when someone finds something so intriguing, befuddling, interesting, no words can do it justice. The raise of a single eyebrow alerts any onlooker that further explanation is needed; often followed with disapproval and shame directed at the onlooker.
Facebook Post
Jess on Meghan's wall:
it's been too long since we've been filthy and creepy

Aimee befuddled by this post stared at her computer with a raised eyebrow...

Aimee comments on post:
*EBR*
viết bởi The Peoples Dictionary 21 Tháng một, 2011
 
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EBR
"Epic Bike Ride." Abbreviation for those who are too lazy to name off the whole phrase. The term epic usually refers to a bike ride longer than usual. The EBR can either have a destination or none at all, thus adding to the epicness.
Josh: Hey Dan! Wanna go on an EBR??
Dan: Fuck yeah! Where to?
Josh: We'll make it up as we go.
viết bởi Punk Police 24 Tháng tám, 2009