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“Last one I remember was Jan. 20, 1978, the beginning of a one/two whallop that wasted central NJ--Boston.”
“For the final plate I went traditional Asian again, using Szechuan/Teriyaki combination with chili sauce but with Chicken Tenderloin and a BIG whallop of roasted garlic.”
“OK, so following up on my post from the other day, when I promised more would be coming on the whallop-me-in-the-head insight I got from Shiva Nata.”
“For such a thin book about 100 pages, "Green Church" packs a potent whallop and provides an overflowing fountain of effective suggestions and strategies for churches and church members to reduce our combined use of fossil fuels, energy consumption, the earth's resources and otherwise "green the Kingdom.”
“His scathing report packs a whallop. sam from missouri”
“Taibbi should swing away at the barons of Wall Street, and there is no one who packs a bigger whallop.”
“In other words, the whallop that "the popular vote" packs depends on its clarity of meaning.”
“Despite the conventionality of the content, this scene could have packed a raw, vicious whallop indeed, had Roth maintained a tone and style consistent with the rest of the movie, rather than composing it as a love-letter to Bava and Argento.”
“Yes, from my experience assisting others with their chairs, they can take a while to become accustomed to and DO pack quite a whallop just as my poor Achilles tendon - and resulting CRPS! so do be gentle.”
“This season delivers one whallop of a twist after another and just keeps going like a bullet.”
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