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It is the second year in a row that RS has sponsored the HYPED teams participation at the SpaceX competition, providing key components to build a low-weight, fully autonomous half-scale pod.
If that leads us to back hyped horses injudiciously, we will learn or else continue to pay a premium for it.
Anything that needs to be hyped is probably not real.
Music - Most Hyped Album: Jay-Z/"Kingdom Come"; Least Hyped: Beck/"The Information.
Right now I've been most hyped on Rodrigo TX, Danny Garcia .
Of course, the CBC televising the Genies directly oppostite the Super Bowl this year, the most overly hyped TV event of the year next to the Oscars, is testimony to its faith in the audience appeal of the show.
s proprietary bitter orange ingredient, Advantra Z(R), does not increase blood pressure and has nominal impact on heart rate, was hyped to reporters earlier this month with a blatantly misleading headline and unsubstantiated claims of harmful health effects.
Hyped up as a bitter rivalry, the truth of the matter is that these two giant egos simply couldn't exist on the same team.