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- n. Plural form of round.
- n. The practice of medical doctors visiting patients in a hospital according to a predetermined order.
- n. A route taken by someone in authority.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of round.
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In the 155 division he is not going to face many guys that are as fast as he is that are that much larger than he is - 5'11 - but the other problem is going to cost him - the Penn fight is a perfect example, he is talking of standing and banging with BJ - and extending the fight to the title rounds and beating him when BJ gets tired.
The title rounds will comprise a knockout round, a semi-final round, the finals, and the championship round.
Perhaps the best benefit of this song making the rounds is the discovery of E-Ramp, which has plenty of good accessibility information.
The other talking point doing the rounds is about Fitz staying within his remit.
One imagines that Hewer, a youthful 67, will be rather better in the word rounds.
Last Splicer Standing: Civil war played in rounds with no respawning until a new round begins
It took three rounds from a shotgun, five bullets from a handgun and two shots from a rifle to kill the 120-pound black bear that broke into a Boulder County home early Monday morning ....
“So, I think that the superior killing power of larger rounds is largely in our heads. (likely testosterone induced) A flat-shooting round that you can accurately place will produce as many if not more "bang-flop" kills as a heavy caliber round.”
The IOC members will vote by secret ballot in rounds, with the lowest vote-getter eliminated in each round.
Yup most of the news media think anything that holds more than 5 rounds is an assault weapon, I dumb sumbich thought my Remington 870 was an assault weapon!
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