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  • Hindu with the Arabic work whose resemblances are as remarkable as their differences, while even more notable is their correspondence in impressioning the reader.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The same psycho warfare they use on the enemy with LRAD's and sonic armament is then studied and used to refine the psychological impressioning used on loudspeakers that BLAST guys like Limbaugh to our troops, furthering the mindset that war is "good" and "terrorists are bad" so they don't dissent and keep fighting for an illogical argument.

    Take Limbaugh Off the Air in Iraq

  • In some ways it is worse then the anti-gay arguments because of its lack of the calling card of tradition and reproduction and instead is just the controlling and unfair impressioning of a parent on her daughters views which is again exactly what gays have sought to overcome.

    You're bisexual becuase I care: No boys till 18

  • It is curious to compare the Hindu with the Arabic work whose resemblances are as remarkable as their differences, while even more notable is their correspondence in impressioning the reader.

    Arabian nights. English

  • Foil impressioning: lock-picking technique that uses the lock to ...

    Boing Boing

  • In 2002 I already demonstrated the theory behind the 'foil impressioning' method at the H2K2 conference in New York.

    Hack In The Box

  • The foil impressioning method is nice because it will open quite a number of high security locks and requires relatively little skill to do so.

    Hack In The Box

  • And, there are competitions, all kinds, from speed picking to key impressioning contests to safecracking races.

    doggdot.us

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