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Ripple, one of the most important companies in the cryptocurrency industry, said Monday evening that the Securities and Exchange Commission is poised to file a bombshell lawsuit against the company over the alleged sale of unlicensed securities.
That fall, Mehta delivered a bombshell with anonymous Jets players ripping quarterback Tim Tebow.
Ruby is the chocolate world’s newest bombshell, eliciting strong reactions, defying conventions and capturing everyone’s attention.
That could create a bombshell of sorts, depending on how the topic comes up.
Elsewhere, the banking sector is under fire for bombshell revelations disclosed over the weekend in the “FinCEN files.”
When Google acquired the company in 2013, it was a bombshell.
Had a bombshell fallen into the midst of the ladies of the harem, they could not have been more surprised.
It was not that, however, which brought their hilarity to an end, abrupt as though a bombshell had burst in their midst.
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If a bombshell had exploded under his feet our middy could hardly have been taken more by surprise.
He describes this vigorous polemical treatise as "flung like a bombshell among my opponents."

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