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  • n. a secret agent who was one of the Navajos who devised and used a code based on their native language; the code was unbroken by the Japanese during World War II


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  • February 10, 2008 at 9:44 am teh windtalker mice helped sekyure Iwo Jima foar windmaker kats.

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  • The sport's most famous league, the Association of Volleyball Professionals, did have a game as recently as two years ago, but thanks to a combination of unattractive prizes, lack of relatable statistics and a set of scoring rules that one might need a windtalker to decipher, it went the way of "The Sopranos" and simply … ended.

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  • Hey windtalker, we're having one wizbang start to the New Year huh.


  • I personally hope windtalker will ad a section for LFS.


  • That, my dear windtalker, I won't know until Zing hands over the keys ...


  • The names involved in whatever were the same that had so many answers for multiple issues (CO, bigbearomaha, windtalker, as well as many others), so it was really a shame to follow what happened in the last few days.


  • BTW ... @ windtalker ... yes, you are right on all accounts.



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