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shocker

n. something shocking. Now, here’s a shocker for you!
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Yes, now with our patented device the Electricity Router code named Shocker turns your home into a giant battery.
s mission to not only create a safe space for queer Shockers, but to also empower campus leaders to grow and become powerful voices for the WSU community.
VCU built a 13-point lead midway through the second half, but trailed 59-57 when Joe Ragland and Toure' Murry hit back-to-back three-pointers to put the Shockers ahead with 2:03 left in the game.
People have shockers and then run well again so I'm hoping it is a single-dip recession and that the green shoots of recovery will be on their way soon.
Pound Shocker is a major opportunity for independents to show they can offer top-notch and equally exciting multibuy deals in their own store as can be found at the nearest multiple--this will allow retailers to compete head-on with the multiple.
The David Barron-trained filly ran a shocker when finishing last at York on Thursday.
Tuesday night's shocker wasn't anything like as heart-rending, but it was still a shocker.
There aren't any dueling banjos in the blood-soaked shocker ``The Descent,'' but the movie again serves as a reminder that those looking to take extreme-sports vacations would do well to avoid the Appalachian wilderness.
That was the shocker for me, and only in retrospect did I realize that I had no [female] role models in terms of leadership.
The quick sales might also have something to do with the company's "sensible pricing policy" said sales manager, Ranjit Shocker.
I thought i would put pen to paper after seeing the headline about the alleged assembly pounds 2m council tax shocker.
Steroid shocker Invertebrates have proteins that respond to estrogen and other steroids, indicating that this hormonal system evolved earlier than previous data had indicated (164: 180).
The document was "Iraq Water Treatment Vulnerabilities," and it's a shocker.
Baby Doll Gets Up effectively relocates the venerable Kazan-Williams shocker in the world of Pink Flamingos.
While Wilson, Cleveland, Harding, and Reagan (or their physicians) emerge as deceivers, the shocker of this book is that Eisenhower's medical team, which had heretofore been thought to be honest almost to the point of excess, with its daily reports of the general's bowel movements, was also guilty of concealing important medical information from the public.