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  • 61 would — [ wud ] modal verb *** Would is usually followed by an infinitive without to : A picnic would be nice. Sometimes it is used without a following infinitive: They didn t do as much as they said they would. In conversation and informal writing,… …

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  • 62 would */*/*/ — UK [wʊd] / US modal verb Summary: Would is usually followed by an infinitive without to : A picnic would be nice. Sometimes it is used without a following infinitive: They didn t do as much as they said they would. In conversation and informal… …

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  • 63 List of Torchwood characters — The following is a list of characters in the BBC science fiction television series Torchwood, including supporting characters, and important human villains. Main articles Captain Jack Harkness Main article: Jack Harkness Captain Jack Harkness,… …

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  • 64 Montreal Screwjob — The Screwjob Earl Hebner, under orders from Vince McMahon, calls for the bell as Shawn Michaels holds Bret Hart in the Sharpshooter finishing move, although Bret Hart did not submit. The Montreal Screwjob was a controversial, purportedly real… …

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  • 65 Undeveloped Buffy the Vampire Slayer spinoffs — The popular fictional Buffyverse established by TV series, Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Angel has led to attempts to develop more commercially viable programs set in the fictional Buffyverse . However some of these projects remain undeveloped for …

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  • 66 After Dark (TV series) — infobox television show name = After Dark caption = [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/After Dark (TV series)#Harry Belafonte.2C Denis Worrall and South Africa South Africa 11th June 1988 ] format = Talk show runtime = Open ended creator = Flagicon|UK …

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  • 67 fear — 1 noun (C, U) 1 an unpleasant feeling of being frightened or worried that something bad is going to happen: The boy s eyes were full of fear. | McCarthy exploited deep seated fears about communism among the American people. (+ of): fear of flying …

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  • 68 long — 1 adjective 1 OBJECT/LINE measuring a great length or a greater length than usual from one end to the other: Cher used to have really long hair. | The line to get into the movie was so long we gave up. | The Aleutian Islands form the longest… …

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  • 69 Wayne Gretzky — Infobox Ice Hockey Player image size = 240px position = Centre played for = WHA Indianapolis Racers Edmonton Oilers NHL Edmonton Oilers Los Angeles Kings St. Louis Blues New York Rangers shot = Left height ft = 6 height in = 0 weight lb = 185… …

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  • 70 Sweet Valley High — Author Francine Pascal Country United States Language English Genre Children s literature Published 1983 …

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  • 71 List of professional wrestling terms — Professional wrestling has accrued a considerable amount of slang, in references and jargon.cite web|url=http://www.pwtorch.com/insiderglossary.shtml|title=Torch Glossary of Insider Terms|publisher=PWTorch.com|accessdate=2007 07 10|date=2000]… …

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  • 72 Reality film — or reality movie describes a genre of films that have resulted from reality television, [ [http://www.thecrimson.com/article.aspx?ref=347797 From Cancun to Harvard] , Faryl Ury, The Harvard Crimson, April 25, 2003] such as The Real Cancun , MTV s …

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  • 73 look — look1 [ luk ] verb *** ▸ 1 direct eyes at someone/something ▸ 2 search for someone/something ▸ 3 have an appearance ▸ 4 seem ▸ 5 for saying how likely ▸ 6 making someone pay attention ▸ 7 face a direction ▸ + PHRASES 1. ) intransitive to direct… …

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  • 74 wait — 1 /weIt/ verb 1 DELAY/NOT START STH (I) to not do something or go somewhere until something else happens, someone arrives etc: Hurry up! Everyone s waiting. | Wait right here until I come back. | wait for sth/sb: We had to wait over an hour for… …

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  • 75 dread — dread1 [dred] v [: Old English; Origin: drAdan] [T] to feel anxious or worried about something that is going to happen or may happen ▪ I ve got an interview tomorrow and I m dreading it. dread doing sth ▪ I m dreading going back to work. dread sb …

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  • 76 will — I [[t]wɪl[/t]] MODAL VERB USES ♦ (Will is a modal verb. It is used with the base form of a verb. In spoken English and informal written English, the form won t is often used in negative statements.) 1) MODAL You use will to indicate that you hope …

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  • 77 say — I UK [seɪ] / US verb Word forms say : present tense I/you/we/they say he/she/it says UK [sez] / US present participle saying past tense said UK [sed] / US past participle said *** Get it right: say: Unlike the verb tell, the verb say is never… …

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  • 78 Jerry Vlasak — (born circa 1958 in Austin, Texas)[1] is an American trauma surgeon and animal rights activist. He is a press officer for the North American Animal Liberation Press Office, a former director of the Animal Defense League of Los Angeles, and an ad …

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  • 79 Electric Dylan controversy — By 1965, Bob Dylan had achieved the status of leading songwriter of the American folk music revival.[a 1] The response to his albums The Freewheelin Bob Dylan and The Times They Are a Changin led to him to be labelled as the spokesman of a… …

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  • 80 Glossary of professional wrestling terms — Professional wrestling has accrued a considerable amount of slang, in references, and jargon.[1] Much of it stems from the industry s origins in the days of carnivals and circuses,[2] and the slang itself is often referred to as carny talk. In… …

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