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- adv. kind of; somewhat
- kind of.
- n. A subspecies of baboon, Papio cynocephalus kindae, primarily found in Angola, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Zambia, and possibly western Tanzania.
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- adv. to some (great or small) extent
Stardock Releases Demigod v1. 2, New Demigod Added classic FPS that doesn't take itself too seriously. by December 2, 2009 - If you're tired of all the sophistication and nuance in modern first-person shooters, you may want to Well, the title kinda says it all.
While details are being kept under wraps, the title kinda gives away the plot.
What would Jaws be without its Well, the title kinda says it all.
It's a hangover from Boot Tracks, a recently completed film starring Willem Dafoe in which he plays an ex-convict and which he describes as 'kinda like Immortals, a Greek myth-inspired, sword'n'sandals action movie, there were further style concerns.
It's funny, I mean we did put it out ourselves but I think if we would have had a label kinda whipping us into shape we would have gone through that quicker.
great poster, but the title kinda sucks since there already was a 'batman returns'
I could cover Kanji's social link, but I'm gettin kinda tired of typin.
"Gettin 'kinda close to the border Lower Backistan shares with Upper Assiniboia there, pal."
Not that I think I'm going to finish all of that, but I know I go slightly crazy when I'm in the middle of a Big Project, which the silk wrap kinda is and the shawl definitely is.
The factry owner 'adn't' eard about the Stamp before that, y'see, so feeding the machine was gettin 'kinda spensive for' im, findin 'new kids every week or two.
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