from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A mercenary.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An abbreviation of mercurial;
- n. of mercury.
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If you would like to take over an immensely important, exciting, lively project, please let me know now "merc" followed my "mobily1" and then ".com".
He's the Merc with a Mouth, and leaving out the "merc" part doesn't do the character any justice.
The effect has been changed from +5 Melee weapons to +2 to melee and +2 to small guns. (same effect as the "merc" armors) the jacket also weighs 10lbs instead of 2.
Do you want to know what the deal is with the merc team's iconic super-van?
With "Zombieland" writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick set to tackle the "Deadpool" script, fans can only hope that the screenwriters are adhering to Reynolds 'wishes to keep the story close to the merc with a mouth's origins.
It had about a foot of debris in it and the trailer was pretty rusty and set up for an 18 'boat, but it had a 10hp merc, old trolling motor and an old humminbird fishfinder.
And we certainly don't need Kirk who voted to raise all your taxes by voting to help out his friends at the merc by voting for the tax and cap bill.
Reynolds is no stranger to comic book characters, having played the vampire-slaying nightstalker Hanibal King in Blade: Trinity, and a variation of the merc with a mouth Deadpool in X-Men Origins: Wolverine.
This brings us to weapon X, getting to see Wade Wilson still as a human merc was cool, and the other characters were there just for the ride.
Soon after that is was announced that Fox had greenlit a Deadpool spin-off film, with Ryan Reynolds reprising his role as Wade Wilson/the merc with a mouth Deadpool.
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