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- n. Plural form of kick.
- n. (colloquial) Pleasures, thrills.
- n. (colloquial) Shoes.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of kick.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
Toronto, but everyone gets to enjoy the festivities as the label kicks off an east-to-west tour starting tomorrow.
The do-or-die match for the title kicks-off at 7.00 PM.
An echo-y repetition of the title kicks off "Wrong."
But not every triple-A title kicks butt at the cash register.
But political observers and former McCain aides say the Arizona senator will resist retreating into the wilderness, as some presidential losers have, and is instead likely to seek an active role in the Senate when the new term kicks off in January.
I hate to say this, but, I fervently hope John McCain kicks his ass in the primary.
In clear disregard of his lawful order, granny again kicks the helpless, handcuffed victim before scampering off giggling with delight.
For all its power, the Marlin kicks about like a .30/06 of the same weight; it should not pose a problem to anyone who is not a sissy.
Giant rubber monsters destroying cities and pummeling each other with flying elbows and drop-kicks is just all-around awesome.
Therefore I am pretty sure that when the adrenalin kicks in while I stare down the sights, that MOP is probably my best bet.
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