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Because you sent it to my office at midnight and simultaneously released it to the press, I can unfortunately only conclude it is a political stunt.
Before the show, which is in previews, viewers watch a short video in which they are instructed to assemble basic tools they’ll use as Suran performs his confounding stunts.
Buzzard agrees, calling the formalization of perfectoid spaces a “gimmick” — the kind of early stunt that new technologies sometimes perform to demonstrate their worth.
In a tweet Wednesday, Snider called the stunt “moronic,” and shared a video that was recorded by an upset customer inside the Target at Coral Ridge Mall in Fort Lauderdale.
He jumps on his bike, does a few stunts on the balcony, then rolls down the interior stairs.
Dedmon, here, was out of a job—thanks to you and your meddling—and the steering stunt offered good pay.
THE WRECKERSFRANCIS LYNDE
He did the 'Great White Way' stunt—the restaurants, the roof gardens, a pretty actress at times, jewels and champagne.
THE WINNING CLUEJAMES HAY, JR.
Grayson's doing a stunt to-day that would have driven me mad with envy if I could have stopped to look on.
RED PEPPER BURNSGRACE S. RICHMOND
The stunt did more than earn the boys a large share of fame.
RADIO BOYS LOYALTYWAYNE WHIPPLE
"You try any stunt like that and I'll shoot you," Frank Nelsen promised.
THE PLANET STRAPPERSRAYMOND ZINKE GALLUN

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