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- n. a secret agent who was one of the Navajos who devised and used a code based on their native language; the code was unbroken by the Japanese during World War II
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February 10, 2008 at 9:44 am teh windtalker mice helped sekyure Iwo Jima foar windmaker kats.
The sport's most famous league, the Association of Volleyball Professionals, did have a game as recently as two years ago, but thanks to a combination of unattractive prizes, lack of relatable statistics and a set of scoring rules that one might need a windtalker to decipher, it went the way of "The Sopranos" and simply … ended.
Hey windtalker, we're having one wizbang start to the New Year huh.
I personally hope windtalker will ad a section for LFS.
That, my dear windtalker, I won't know until Zing hands over the keys ...
The names involved in whatever were the same that had so many answers for multiple issues (CO, bigbearomaha, windtalker, as well as many others), so it was really a shame to follow what happened in the last few days.
BTW ... @ windtalker ... yes, you are right on all accounts.
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