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Its macros are pretty well-balanced, so it feels less like a sugar or protein bomb and more like a meal.
The solution is that someone has to drop a clarity bomb so that you can reset and get around this downward spiral of weirdness.
While in the service, Bechtol handled 1,000-pound precision-guided bombs.
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People feared that if the Soviets could shoot probes around the Earth and Moon, they could easily drop a nuclear bomb onto Washington or Los Angeles.
The FLQ, which had carried out a string of bombings, executed its most notorious attack the next year, detonating a bomb at the Montreal Stock Exchange that injured dozens.
This included a channel that, in the days before the inauguration, showed how to make and conceal homemade guns and bombs.
As for Lincoln, someone had planted a bomb on one of his railroad cars.
Instead they set off on daily foot patrols through fields seeded with buried bombs.
The Weather Underground bombingIn March 1971, the extremist group set off a bomb inside a bathroom on the Senate side of the Capitol.
In a big man’s sport, Rogers has figured out how to use his unusually small size to his advantage, launching bombs from behind the three-point arc, lofting running floaters from the paint and twirling in artistic scoop shots near the hoop.

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