- n. Plural form of stormtrooper.
“Right in line with the fact there was hundreds of violent incidents during the 04 election and 100% were comitted by democrats and their jackbooted stormtroopers from the unions.”
“Would it be possible of have that be the default sculpt to use for the stormtroopers is the future?”
“Guys in black are bad guys Guys in white can also be bad guys (in this case, they are called stormtroopers)”
“After all, they decided to call their stormtroopers "teabaggers".”
“the woman in the picture with the stormtroopers was the baker of the star distroyer cake. . . incase anyone didn't know”
“Councillor Ralph Cook, former leader of the Labour group, was accused of misconduct following remarks he made which likened the actions of the coalition administration to Nazi "stormtroopers".”
“Chair of the panel, Hywel James, said: "The words 'stormtroopers' and 'blitzkrieg' would to most people be linked to actions of Nazi Germany in the First World War.”
“During the this exchange in the refreshment area Cook used the words 'stormtroopers' and the word 'Nazi'.”
“Approximately 200 'stormtroopers' led by 'Darth Vader' marched down Colorado Boulevard while 'Ewoks' swung from trees and Parade 'Grand Marshal' George Lucas rode in a 1911 Pope-Hartford, Model Y.”
“The State has succeeded in an appeal against the sentence imposed on four former Afrikaner Weerstandsbeweging "stormtroopers" who murdered hunchbacked Mcoseleli Benta in Cambridge, East London, on”
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