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  • The dog was called Shredder; this seemed appropriate, since he was giving a full set of aggressive threat signals to all the other dogs that came close.

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  • Aleratec DVD/CD Shredder XC - The name Shredder has always been associated with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 'nemesis, mainly due to the diet of cartoon in the era I grew up in, but as one enters adulthood, one will realize that shredders aren't out there to take over the world, but more likely cover up your tracks of documents.

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  • This is a Dual Tracked Vehicle or DTV "Shredder" -- basically a

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  • The Foot Clan was led by Oroku Saki, otherwise known as The Shredder because his gauntlets over his forearms and his battle armor resembled a cheese grater/shredder kitchen object.

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  • This Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles hoodie is based on the armor worn by Oroku Saki, better known as Shredder, the leader of the Foot Clan.

    Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Awesome

  • This Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles hoodie is based on the armor worn by Oroku Saki, better known as Shredder, the leader of the Foot Clan.

    Geekologie - Gadgets, Gizmos, and Awesome

  • The Foot Clan was led by Oroku Saki, otherwise known as The Shredder because his gauntlets over his forearms and his battle armor resembled a cheese grater / shredder kitchen object.

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  • His activities reminded me of a dog named "Shredder," a name that seems to fit most puppies!

    s'egarer - French Word-A-Day

  • His activities reminded me of a dog named "Shredder," a name that seems to fit most puppies!

    s'egarer - French Word-A-Day

  • The song was my involuntary mind's commentary rising up in response to Martha Wilson's solo show, I have become my own worst fear, at P.P.O.W.; art critic Jane Harris' group selection, Crazy Lady, at Schroeder, Romero & Shredder; and Lordan Bunch's Det Syke, a series of paintings and studies in oil derived from 19th-century photographs documenting women diagnosed with hysteria, being shown at the same gallery.

    G. Roger Denson: "Old," "Crazy" and "Hysterical." Is That All There Is?

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