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  • Fiasco (bottle), a traditional Italian straw-covered wine bottle often associated with Chianti wine Media. Fiasco, a science-fiction novel by Stanisław Lem; Fíaskó (international title: Fiasco), Icelandic film; Fiasco, full title Fiasco: The American Military Adventure In Iraq, a book by Thomas E. Ricks; Fiasco, a British fashion magazine launched in
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  • fiasko - translate into English with the Polish-English Dictionary - Cambridge Dictionary.
  • Aug 06,  · A sudden or unexpected failure.· A ludicrous or humiliating situation. Some effort that went quite wrong. Synonym: debacle· A wine bottle in a (usually straw) jacket.·fiasco (situation).
  • Fiasco Classic. FIASCO CLASSIC is the original, award-winning, GM-less game for players, designed to be played in a few hours with six-sided dice and no preparation. During a game you will engineer and play out stupid, disastrous situations, usually at the intersection of greed, fear, and lust.
  • Delivery & Pickup Options - 8 reviews of Fiasko "This is gonna be something like pre-review or first part of the review because I have experience only with delivery. I have never been in their fastfood. I have to say that the name captures the 3/5(8).
  • fi·as·co (fē-ăs′kō) n. pl. fi·as·coes or fi·as·cos A complete failure. [French, from Italian fare fiasco, to make a bottle, fail, from fiasco, bottle (perhaps translation of French bouteille, bottle, error, used by the French for linguistic errors committed by Italian actors on the 18th-century French stage), from Late Latin flascō; see.
  • Fiasco is a deeply pessimistic science fiction novel. It's about the typical hard sci-fi topic: first contact between humans and aliens. And as in "Rendezvous With Rama," "The Forever War," and "The Mote in God's Eye," much of the fun is the detailed imagining of how interstellar space travel would actually work, complete with relativistic time distortion and keeping humans alive in alien worlds/5.