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- n. Plural form of hitwoman.
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My favorite winning combination of the film were Alicia Keys (The Nanny Diaries) and Taraji P Henson (I Can Do Bad All by Myself) as two female hitwomen with issues to spare.
In fact, about half of the extras cast of house of flying daggers are beautiful asian professional hitwomen who never actually kill anyone.
And not just any ol hitwomen, either, but "three gorgeous female assassins sent on a job that might be their last."
Kids are likely to gorge on it all like chocoholics on Easter Sunday, while accompanying adults are less likely to be bored than they would be at most kidpics, thanks to amusing turns by Sinead Matthews and Katy Brand as a pair of maniacal hitwomen and Maggie Smith as a doddery old dear, first seen cheerfully buried up to her waist in flour, recalling Winnie in Samuel Beckett's "Happy Days."
Federal District Court Judge David Carter to immediately dismiss case of birth certificate becoming frustrated and agitated the doj attorney hitwomen and men didn't get their way eluding silly and unconvincing arguments "no Court in the United States has the right to rule on whether Sotero AKA Obama is eligilbe to serve as President."
Of Justice attorneys run by Karl Rove's go to girls Mary Beth Buchannon, Leura Canary and Alice Martin from Sotero AKA Obama and wannabe-arian Eric submissively-directing to continue to persecute ex Dem. governor Siegelman filing criminal-charges against whistleblower federal employee Tamara Grimes - a couple of weeks ago, doj attorney-hitwomen and men walked into Court expecting U.S.