“This needed telling of their exploits is a great tribute to human spirit and a will to survive.”
“After awhile one of his heroic exploits is shot on camera, he becomes the hottest thing to hit the media, but his fame is ill fated when an unknown organization tries to capture him at any cost.”
“Oh boy more "zany" exploits from the annoying mom character.”
“The topic of blogtards and their exploits is officially over.”
“Each commercial depicts exploits from the "interesting man's" past, or he offers insight on a particular topic.”
“And it might not take long to see some exploits from the newest group.”
“Be that as it may, there can be little doubt that some women joined the Conquistadors in combat although verifying their exploits is difficult.”
“Aram, distinguished for his heroic exploits, is derived the appellation by which the tribe is now known, although not recognised by the Armenians themselves, who adopt the name of their founder, Haïk.”
“But testing every flaw in a target's network would require writing thousands of "exploits" -- the programs used to hack into vulnerable systems.”
“I thought the ending was a weak twist that once again exploits the series’ on-again-off-again flirtation with reality and believable consequences.”
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Here be a trove of words and phrases associated (fore or aft) with picarooning / pickarooning, scavenged from Google Books citations.
The Prince Edward Island folksong Mick Riley inspi...
Listening to this as an audio book for the second time. Tim O'Brien uses simple words and phrases to great effect. Very few unfamilar and big words . The writing style reminds me of words from Joh...
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