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|A collection of brain teasers, scrambled words, and other puzzles and word games.|
|No, I don't think that Liston “bagged” or “took a dive” in that fight for two reasons. |
... It was one of his mercurial rises and falls in his whole metabolism as well as
his mood. ... had used in the Eddie Machen fight and the Zora Folley fight, when
both of them complained that there was stinging in their eyes. ... and it was the
only time that Liston was able to lay in, and yet Clay was fast enough to get out of
corners until his eyes cleared and ... I figured everybody else had changed their
|His voice is soft or firm as the subject requires, but perhaps the word gentlemanly |
describes it better that) any other. ... unlike anybody else's in the world, and which
probably suggested his soubriquet of ' Bacchus,' is diminished now to a few curls
... hke a champaign bubble, though the invader has drawn his pencilings about
the corners ; and there is a kind of wintry red, ... It is well know n, however, that its
effect is only equaled by the beauty of his own words ; and, for one, I could have ...
|... of short, fast swims with brief rest breaks. Gleason's gym, no-frills though it is, |
attracts entertainment-world celebrities and other glamorous clients. One of them,
Wilhel- mina model Lisa Stimmer, caused quite a stir when she broke the sex ...
|The next series of estimates are expressed in such definite ' terms that there |
cannot be any doubt; they are as follows :— Sept. ... the change from one colour
to the other being observed by several observers, though some equally as
competent to ... the exterior ring, it was so plain on two nights and with two
separate eye icces that there was no ossibility of mistake. am ... the way the world
ronounccs them; and how many readers of the NGLISH llIlQCHANIC could
pronounce them but for ...
|1914; filay 2, 1016 Good hickory is growing scarcer, as everybody knows. ... |
Have him fit the Bristol Steel Golf Shaft to one of your old club heads or buy a
new club equipped with it. ... at one hundred dollars a month and have to take
orders from the conductor back in the caboose, who was getting only ... There I
made a fool of myself: I lost my temper and with it my job. ... I went back to Charlie
and told him that if he would let me work two weeks without pay, I would know
enough then to ...
|Yet, because of my ambition to boss, it bothered me to sit up in the cab at one |
hundred dollars a month and have to take orders from the conductor back in the
caboose, who was getting only sixty dollars a month. There was nothing to it.
|He had been much worried by children lately, since he had picked up a couple in |
tiie gutter and placed them on the "throne. ... Well, let her ring on, the old jade. ...
He smiled, recalling one of these costumes — something like a fishing net with
holes about an inch across. ... he gazed dreamily at his half-finished picture,
standing on the easel at the other extremity of the great luxurious room, where ...
Don't you remember, I was your senior, instructing you in the ways of this wicked
|There was a new Sports Arena, and the Democratic Party fa- miliarly enough, |
was about to stage its National Convention there. ... With remarkable courage, he
managed to keep the magazine alive, even if it meant skipping an issue or two. ...
No one else was ANNIVERSARY I doing them on any regular basis, except for
fan magazines. ..... At one point in 1988 I found myself just home from a tryst with
an Art Center musician, only to be brained by a jealous glass of vodka thrown by
|THE FOLLOWING GENERAL USES SUGGEST ENDLESS OTHER USES: |
HOMES-OFFICES-STORES. ... Doing that makes it possible to swing the wheel
till the hand is clear down to the bottom, giving you one complete turn of the
steering ... again with only two motions, and no hand shifting at all — except, of
course, the one you make before you reach the turn. ... "It's a perfect cinch going
around sharp corners that way," Grogan observed enthusiastically, as his huge
hand swung the ...