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  • n. Common misspelling of cadence.


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  • From the faux presidential entrance to his nervous start to his weird smile to his Mr Rogers cadance to his hand moves.

    Jindal the Joke

  • The same mountain-scum who ride on the sidewalk, on the wrong side of the road, IN THE ROAD, Stop for phone calls and who have an average cadance of 300 but only achieve 10mph.

    Surly Cross-Check: Cranky Cop Coldcocks Critical Masser

  • Heelstrike; how else can I count cadance when my FlightDeck gets grimed up?

    Anywhere, Anytime: Cycling and Mobility

  • It is a special treat to wake up in the morning (not too early, about 7: 00) to the cadance of the navy recruits/sailors as they do their exercises just outside ones room and then go in for swimming practice.

    Pros-Cons Mazatlan, Puerto Vallarta, Manzanillo?

  • The elders have bomkins to the end of their staves full of small stones, which makes a ratle, to which yong men and women goe in a cadance.

    Voyages of Peter Esprit Radisson

  • Crvena beretka - pevanje uz mars - military marching cadance - Photown News

  • When connecting to the 79xx range of phones (Tested on 7912) through the web browser, you are able to change the cadance settings etc for different locations via the "Tone Parameters" Wiki Changes

  • The cadance method works very well on paper ... and it ends there. we have all tried many many times at my store to do it and it has failed everytime.

    Starbucks Gossip

  • "In practising the art of building Ubuntu and creating this enormous community, we've not lost sight of the importance of delivering all of that goodness from all of those many communities on a predictable cadance," said Shuttleworth.

    The Register

  • 3 Responses to “Cleaning pennies with taco sauce” cadance says:

    Cleaning pennies with taco sauce


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