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JustPassingBy says: nevermind the badass part, the mangaka redid the character concept when the oneshot was serialized.
I just can't help but wonder if they simply went back and "redid" things - as a way of throwing a bone to a dog.
If we "redid" some of those early primary contests, Obama would do better now.)
Bill Clinton: Hillary Will Win The Popular Vote In Primary States
Later, the Bergmans upgraded a bedroom and redid a bathroom.
Tony Calarco Inspired by Mr. Sheeline's aunt, Julia Child, they redid the kitchen, installing French tile floors, commercial butcher-block countertops and a Garland stove that is still going strong 31 years later.
Steve Berman In 2005, following a moisture retention problem, Ms. Barnes and her husband Katsu Kawasaki redid the exterior of the house, replacing the original white synthetic stucco with blue stone.
Rayon Richards for The Wall Street Journal Ms. Vincent said she also redid the bluestone patio off the kitchen and dining room.
I onsighted a new 5.7 (it's all balancy and linear) and a new 5.8 (I actually sent the 5.8 like I had an elevator, which I have never managed before -- the 5.7 was harder -- the 5.8 was all big swingy dead-arm ape moves, which I love and am good at) and I redid a 5.6 that is becoming a sort of easy windup route for me.
But my favorite part of her review, is this: “One thing made me smile even before the movie began: they redid the Universal logo and theme song as an 8 bit video game version.”
Mostly Positive Buzz for SCOTT PILGRIM VS. THE WORLD after Early Test Screening – Collider.com
Inspired by the husband's aunt, Julia Child, they redid the kitchen, installing French tile floors, commercial butcher-block countertops and a Garland stove that is still going strong 31 years later.
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