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  • 81Baby’s Got a Temper — war die vierzehnte Singleveröffentlichung der englischen Big Beat Band The Prodigy und erschien am 1. Juli 2002 nach fünfjähriger Veröffentlichungspause. Es handelt sich dabei um die zweite Single, die nicht aus einem Album ausgekoppelt wurde,… …

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  • 82Baby's Got a Temper — EP альбом The Prodigy Дата выпуска 1 июля …

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  • 83Baby\'s Got a Temper — EP альбом The Prodigy Дата выпуска 1 июля …

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  • 84Baby’s Got a Temper — Baby s Got a Temper EP альбом The Pr …

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  • 85No Way Out (2007) — Promotional poster featuring The Undertaker Theme song(s) Powertrip by Monster Magnet[1] …

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  • 86Acting out — is a psychological term meaning to perform an action to express (often subconscious) emotional conflicts. The acting done is usually anti social and may take the form of acting on the impulses of an addiction (eg. drinking, drug taking or… …

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  • 87Flipping Out — Infobox Television show name = Flipping Out caption = Promo for Flipping Out show name 2 = genre = Reality creator = director = developer = presenter = starring = Jeff Lewis voices = narrated = Jeff Lewis, Jenni Pulos, Ryan Brown theme music… …

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  • 88Bastard Out of Carolina (film) — Infobox Film name = Bastard Out of Carolina caption = DVD cover for Bastard Out of Carolina director = Anjelica Huston producer = Amanda DiGiulio Gary Hoffman (executive producer) writer = Anne Meredith (teleplay) Dorothy Allison (book) starring …

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  • 89lash out — 1) PHRASAL VERB If you lash out, you attempt to hit someone quickly and violently with a weapon or with your hands or feet. [V P] Riot police fired in the air and lashed out with clubs to disperse hundreds of demonstrators... [V P at n] Her… …

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  • 90lose one's temper — verb to be explosively angry. To get very cross. When my dad found out I had failed the exams, he completely lost his temper. Syn: blow ones top, go ape, go apeshit, hit the roof, hit the ceiling …

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  • 91lose one's temper — calm down, there s no need to lose your temper Syn: get angry, fly into a rage, erupt, lose control, go berserk, breathe fire, flare up, boil over; informal go mad, go crazy, go bananas, have a fit, see red, fly off the handle, blow one s top,… …

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  • 92walk out — 1) he walked out in a temper Syn: leave, depart, get up and go, storm off/out, flounce out, absent oneself; informal take off 2) teachers walked out in protest Syn: (go on) strike, stop work; protest, mutiny, revolt …

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  • 93freak out — [v] lose one’s cool blow a gasket*, blow one’s mind*, blow one’s stack*, blow one’s top*, break down, come unglued, crack up*, flip out*, fly off the handle*, freak out*, go ape*, go ballistic*, go berserk*, go crazy*, go haywire*, go nuts*, go… …

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  • 94lose one's temper — verb get very angry and fly into a rage The professor combusted when the student didn t know the answer to a very elementary question Spam makes me go ballistic • Syn: ↑flip one s lid, ↑blow up, ↑throw a fit, ↑hit the roof, ↑hit the ceiling, ↑ …

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  • 95cancel out — {v.} To destroy the effect of; balance or make useless. * /The boy got an A in history to cancel out the C he got in arithmetic./ * /Our track team won the mile relay to cancel out the other team s advantage in winning the half mile relay./ *… …

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  • 96cancel out — {v.} To destroy the effect of; balance or make useless. * /The boy got an A in history to cancel out the C he got in arithmetic./ * /Our track team won the mile relay to cancel out the other team s advantage in winning the half mile relay./ *… …

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  • 97cancel\ out — v To destroy the effect of; balance or make useless. The boy got an A in history to cancel out the C he got in arithmetic. Our track team won the mile relay to cancel out the other team s advantage in winning the half mile relay. Tom s hot temper …

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  • 98burst out phrasal — verb 1 burst out laughing/crying etc to suddenly start to laugh, cry etc: They all burst out laughing at the expression on her face. 2 (T) to suddenly say something forcefully: I don t believe it! she burst out angrily. see also: outburst (1) 2… …

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  • 99flip out — [v] lose one’s cool blow a gasket*, blow one’s mind*, blow one’s stack*, blow one’s top*, crack up*, fly off the handle*, freak out*, go ape*, go ballistic*, go berserk*, go crazy*, go haywire*, go nuts*, go off the deep end*, hit the ceiling*,… …

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  • 100(slip thrown) out of gear — (slip/be thrown) out of ˈgear idiom (of emotions or situations) (to become) out of control • She said nothing in case her temper slipped out of gear. Main entry: ↑gearidiom …

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