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  • n. A heat-seeking missile.


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  • "heatseeker" in Cris Freddi's wonderful World Cup history, and Junior's 50-yard one-two with Zico that helped utterly humiliate Argentina.

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  • If the seating arrangements been reversed before they departed Olympus Station, if the Pax Astra heatseeker the pilots were trying to avoid before they lost control had made a direct hit, if the craft had rolled over upon impact, if its fuel tanks had exploded ... no sense in trying to second-guess fate.

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  • She had more of a view of it, this time, in the uncertain twilight, and her blaster lit it more brightly still as it killed: the four-meter long body, the vivid vermilion-and-white fur, the eight legs, the blank, blind white “eyes” of a heatseeker.


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  • A show still on NBC-the Monday night action comedy "Chuck" - ranks as the heatseeker entry on the Critics Poll, vaulting from No. 18 during its strike-shortened first season to 10th place this winter.


  • We know about really getting sales this time, and on the other side, it could be a nice push for the band in the media, if we could enter the Billboard heatseeker for example.


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  • Features TNF's Hyvent 2-Layer technology, heatseeker insulation, mesh internal base layer, waterproof, breathable and seam sealed outer layer.

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