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It's still a whole schwack of shipping, with (again, as I understand it) little respect for geography.
No surprise there, if I had murderous terrorists who believe we should all convert to Islam and return to the 6th Century, I would want a drone flying overhead to schwack these Islamofascists.
We heard muddy earth give a parting smooch with a schwack as they rose above ground.
COLLINS: You get the little reward and you schwack (ph) your golf ball as hard as you can out onto the waves of the Great Lakes there.
There was a whole schwack of people in there with heavy, heavy storylines that they're trying to pack into this one movie.
From this disconnect spawns mal-aligned systems, a language disconnect, and a whole schwack of headaches.
Al Gore and a schwack of experts even smarter than he is.