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leapers

n. amphetamines. (Drugs.) You can tell Sam’s on leapers. He’s wired as hell.
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John King another Lancaster leaper also feels rather blessed.
LEAPERS across the world have joined up in the Worldwide Leap Year Birthday Club and come together at the Worldwide Leap Year Festival every four years.
Johnson, whose 43-inch vertical jump is on par with some of the top leapers in the NBA, had to sit out the Mt.
Work continues on the restoration of the Grand Etang Welcome Centre, the Belmont Estate, the Bon Accord facility and the refurbishment of the Leapers Hill attraction.
By catching the frogs' motion on film and also studying iso1ated frogmuscle fibers, they have learned more about why frogs like Dan'l are such great leapers.
I always visit the Leapers booth at SHOT because, of all the scope manufacturers in the world, they're the only one that puts airguns at the forefront of everything they make.
Harbour chiefs say there have been up to 50 jumpers at a time hurling themselves into the River Coquet, sparking fears of a tragedy as younger leapers now joining in.
At Centre for the Child in Birmingham Library, a group of parents meets every week for the Little Leapers group where activities include stories.
God willing, all the contenders at the Bergisel Skistadion in Innsbruck this afternoon will lead long, happy lives and sire dozens of alpine leapers and not trivially treat this epic event as a dry run for something more sinister.
Littlerock might be a bit undersized, but Tia Horner (5-11) and Christina Horner (5-11) are both excellent leapers and play bigger than their size, Konrad said.
Leapers born in 1948 are now entering those awkward teenage years .
The UTG airsoft M14 from Leapers is an amazingly faithful look-alike of the real thing.