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- v. To destroy.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- intransitive v. To destroy.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Destruction.
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Well as only Stephanie Plum can the stroy is turned upside down, inside out and sideways.
The most hilarious and interesting aspect of this stroy it that most of the liberals commenting on this story are complaining about misuse of tax dollars.
Since the CIA stroy about Cheney came out a week or so agao, haven't heard much from him not even to defend himself ...
Infact if you made April a lab assistant and put red bandannas on all 4 turtles the first film is almost a direct adaptation of the "Return to New York" stroy arch. rogerroger1138 oh and also the mirage turtles didn't change into the archie TMNT adventures.
I also have a silly question: Is there a place where you can explain the stroy of an animated series to a writer or a company and let them have the idea for themselves?
Yes | No | Report from huntnow wrote 2 days 44 min ago good stroy, glad it worked out for you. next time post a video, i'd like to see that.
This is the most dramatic stroy line in quite a while: Mediocrity vs.
In the end, the vast majority of Americans (North Americans, anyway) will never have even heard of this stroy so there is little risk of political damage.
True stroy: I once had a friend who shot up between her nose and eye.
Why is he bringing in the stroy we burried long long time ago?