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shocker

n. something shocking. Now, here’s a shocker for you!
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United States], Dec 23 ( ANI ): In a shocker, an elderly United States' couple have been caught with around 27 kilograms of marijuana which they said they planned to give as gifts.
Utilizing state-of-the-art Shoxx[R] Technology, The Shocker has already become a top-rated diamond blade at Blades Direct.
moments and featuring a thoroughly unsympathetic leading man, it's a Found Footage Shocker more likely to produce exclamations of "FFS
Urban Shocker, who had four 20-win seasons and won 187 career games, suffered from a heart condition or heart valve disease that did not allow him to sleep lying down.
A TOMB raider discovers more than ruins in this effective shaky-cam horror from the man behind zombie shocker Quarantine.
Ramires committed an over-the-top challenge on Karim El Ahmadi and Villa boss Paul Lambert said: "It was a shocker.
TAKE Paranormal Activity, add Rosemary's Baby then subtract the scares and you've got the latest shaky-cam shocker.
Wichita native and graduate of East High School, Moore is now a senior Shocker.
allegedly used an electric shocker, to rob the office of the former's woman friend of $346,000, The Court of First Instance heard on Monday.
As part of the Pound Shocker promotional programme, which started this week, 75 of its Best-in products will be on promotion for six weeks.
We sailed well, then had a shocker, sailed well and then had a shocker.
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.