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  • Now a top competitive eater under the name Furious Pete, he has won thirty-six of his last thirty-seven competitions.

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  • Now a top competitive eater under the name Furious Pete, he has won thirty-six of his last thirty-seven competitions.

    Body by Design

  • Fast and Furious is the new Saw. blog comments powered by Disqus

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  • The fifth installment of Fast and Furious is coming to the big screen as Fast Five.

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  • Fast and Furious is how I would describe my masturbation technique.

    4 FAST 4 FURIOUS DETAILS

  • Furious is not a word one often hears associated with CBS 'Masters coverage.

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  • Mr. Smitherman is notoriously tough on his staff, with a temper that earned him the nickname Furious George in his Queen's Park days.

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  • Mr. Smitherman is notoriously tough on his staff, with a temper that earned him the nickname Furious George in his Queen's Park days.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • Like "Furious" -- which brings together the principal cast and writers from the 2001 original and occupies ground somewhere between sequel and reboot -- other movies are coming back in new guises sooner than ever.

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  • Like "Furious" -- which, going back to the 2001 original for talent and writers, occupied the ground somewhere between sequel and reboot -- other movies are coming back in new guises sooner than ever.

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