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  • The CH-53E Super Stallion is heavy-lift helicopter designed for the transportation of material, supplies and personnel.

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  • As you reported, the CH-53 Super Stallion, that is a marine corps heavy lift helicopter, went down around 7: 30 yesterday morning, Sunday morning our time.

    CNN Transcript Jan 21, 2002

  • The Stallion was a hellhole of a dive just across the county line.

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  • Tone i dont remember electric accumulators, the only accumulators i remember was the ones my dad used to do on the horses in the bookies next door to Alf Smith's undertakers in Webber st i think the bookies was called Stallion's.

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  • The Stallion was a weight lifter, a party animal — a real pussy hound — and a damn good shooter.

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  • Also, it's a good excuse to break out my "Eye of the Tiger" record and start calling my boyfriend "Stallion".

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  • In "Stallion" a young woman chats on a laptop in her darkened bedroom.

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  • The "Stallion" display at the Texas Advanced Computing Center has been doubled to 307 million pixels, giving researchers visual views of data stretching into "terascale" territory.

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  • 2006-11-06 - How many times do YOU get to use the word "Stallion" at the office?

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  • This is minorly diverting – I never knew what joys lay in titles such as Stallion or Niffenegger’s Castle.

    Still magic after all these years

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