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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 born in 1884 had no birthday for any of their teenage years.
The Leapers optics, in sharp contrast, are bright and vivid
Further information Little Leapers for under-5s meets every Tuesday between 10-11.
AIRSOFT M14 MANUFACTURER: UTG SPORT, CHINA IMPORTER: LEAPERS, INC.
28 and March 1, and knows other leapers who celebrate the entire month.
My friend Mac and I recently spent several days touring the Leapers facility, seeing firsthand how they make their products and, more importantly, how they run their business.
A sport where she might be considered short for a middle blocker, but one that puts a premium on gifted leapers.
A favorite in the dunk contest is Calabasas' Michael Goldman, a high-flying 6-foot-1 guard-forward who is one of the best leapers in the region.
Slam dunkers and shooters: The Antelope Valley's finest leapers and 3-point gunners were invited to Antelope Valley College during the Marauders' game against Barstow Saturday afternoon.
He added a workout routine that helped him lose more than 30 pounds and become one of the best leapers in the Golden League.
Leapers offers this mount in three different lengths for carbine, mid-length and rifle-length rifles.