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  • The Genius Gluten-Free Cookbook
    The Genius Gluten-Free Cookbook
    Type : epub |
    Size : 38 MB |
    English |





    The New European 11 14 (2019)
    The New European 11 14 2019
    Type : pdf |
    Size : 44.73 MB |






    The Hollywood Reporter - January 03 (2020)
    The Hollywood Reporter - January 03 2020
    Type : pdf |
    Size : 107.01 MB |






    The Toxic Avenger The Musical 2018 1080p WEBRip x264-RARBG
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    Filename.......:The Toxic Avenger The Musical 2018 1080p WEBRip x264-RARBG
    FileSize........:2.31 GB
    Duration........:02:01:05
    FileType........:mp4
    Language......:English

    Video Info
    Codec...........:avc1
    Aspect ratio...:1.846:1
    Bite rate........:2500 Kbps
    Frame rate.....:23.976 fps

    Audio Info
    Channels.......:2
    Format..........:AAC
    Bite rate........:224 Kbps
    Genres:: Comedy, Science Fiction
    iMDB info
    TmDB info

    Based on Lloyd Kaufman's cult 1984 comedy film, The Toxic Avenger The Musical tells the story of the citizens of Tromaville who are crying out for a hero. Enter nerdy Melvin Ferd the Third, an aspiring earth scientist, determined to clean up the state's major toxic waste problem. When a corrupt Mayor and her government goons get wind of his plans, they vow to stop this heroic feat. Melvin is attacked and tossed into a vat of toxic waste... transforming him instantly into The Toxic Avenger, New Jersey's first superhero! Toxie is a 7-foot mutant freak with superhuman strength and a supersized heart to match. His aims are to save heavily polluted New Jersey, end global warming, win the heart of the prettiest (blindest) librarian in town - and get home in time for dinner!



    The Week Of 2018 1080p WEBRip x264-RARBG
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    Filename.......:The Week Of 2018 1080p WEBRip x264-RARBG
    FileSize........:2.22 GB
    Duration........:01:56:43
    FileType........:mp4
    Language......:English

    Video Info
    Codec...........:avc1
    Aspect ratio...:1.85:1
    Bite rate........:2500 Kbps
    Frame rate.....:23.976 fps

    Audio Info
    Channels.......:6
    Format..........:AAC
    Bite rate........:224 Kbps
    Genres:: Comedy
    iMDB info
    TmDB info

    The parents of a soon-to-be married couple make the final preparations for the wedding ceremony.



    The Economist USA 01 4 (2020)
    The Economist USA 01 4 2020
    Type : pdf |
    Size : 16.89 MB |






    The Economist Corporate Network - BRI Beyond 2020 Embracibg new routes and opportu...
    The Economist Corporate Network - BRI Beyond 2020 Embracibg new routes and opportunities along the Belt and Road 2019
    Type : pdf |
    Size : 9.16 MB |






    The Blame Game S16E08 720p WEB h264-LiGATE
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    Filename.......:The Blame Game S16E08 720p WEB h264-LiGATE
    FileSize........:1.07 GB
    Duration........:00:29:35
    FileType........:mkv
    Language......:English

    Video Info
    Codec...........:V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC
    Aspect ratio...:16:9
    Bite rate........:5058 Kbps
    Frame rate.....:50.000 fps

    Audio Info
    Channels.......:2
    Format..........:AAC
    Bite rate........:128 Kbps
    Genres:: Comedy, Game-Show, Romance
    iMDB info
    The Blame Game, a 30 minute nontraditional court/game show first airing in January 1996 on American channel MTV, pitted two ex's against each other in a fictional courtroom setting to decide who was to blame for their break-up. Representing each "ex" was a "counselor" who presented one of the ex's sides of the "case." Jason Winer generally served as the counselor for men while Kara Jane McNamara represented the women. Chris Reed was the judge during the proceedings. Richard "Humpty" Vission was the in-house DJ for the show. The show was marked by the appearance of "surprise witnesses" who would corroborate or refute accusations made by the exes and/or counselors. The show ran for 130+ episodes.

    The show included a first round titled "Tick Tock Testimony" where each ex was given 90 seconds to tell his or her side of the story. Whenever a point was made, the counselor for the ex currently testifying would press a large button which would stop the clock and allow the other ex to testify. Each side alternated until both were out of time.

    The next round was "You Did It, Now Admit It!" where each ex had to give three secrets. If the secret was admitted truthfully, the ex was given a point. If they answered incorrectly or chose not to answer, no points were scored. After three questions, the player with the higher score had a friend come out and explain why the opponent was to blame for the break-up.



    The Blame Game S16E07 WEB h264-LiGATE
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    Filename.......:The Blame Game S16E07 WEB h264-LiGATE
    FileSize........:619.72 MB
    Duration........:00:29:36
    FileType........:mkv
    Language......:English

    Video Info
    Codec...........:V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC
    Aspect ratio...:16:9
    Bite rate........:2795 Kbps
    Frame rate.....:50.000 fps

    Audio Info
    Channels.......:2
    Format..........:AAC
    Bite rate........:128 Kbps
    Genres:: Comedy, Game-Show, Romance
    iMDB info
    The Blame Game, a 30 minute nontraditional court/game show first airing in January 1996 on American channel MTV, pitted two ex's against each other in a fictional courtroom setting to decide who was to blame for their break-up. Representing each "ex" was a "counselor" who presented one of the ex's sides of the "case." Jason Winer generally served as the counselor for men while Kara Jane McNamara represented the women. Chris Reed was the judge during the proceedings. Richard "Humpty" Vission was the in-house DJ for the show. The show was marked by the appearance of "surprise witnesses" who would corroborate or refute accusations made by the exes and/or counselors. The show ran for 130+ episodes.

    The show included a first round titled "Tick Tock Testimony" where each ex was given 90 seconds to tell his or her side of the story. Whenever a point was made, the counselor for the ex currently testifying would press a large button which would stop the clock and allow the other ex to testify. Each side alternated until both were out of time.

    The next round was "You Did It, Now Admit It!" where each ex had to give three secrets. If the secret was admitted truthfully, the ex was given a point. If they answered incorrectly or chose not to answer, no points were scored. After three questions, the player with the higher score had a friend come out and explain why the opponent was to blame for the break-up.



    The Blame Game S16E06 720p WEB h264-LiGATE
    General Info
    Filename.......:The Blame Game S16E06 720p WEB h264-LiGATE
    FileSize........:1.07 GB
    Duration........:00:29:28
    FileType........:mkv
    Language......:English

    Video Info
    Codec...........:V_MPEG4/ISO/AVC
    Aspect ratio...:16:9
    Bite rate........:5057 Kbps
    Frame rate.....:50.000 fps

    Audio Info
    Channels.......:2
    Format..........:AAC
    Bite rate........:128 Kbps
    Genres:: Comedy, Game-Show, Romance
    iMDB info
    The Blame Game, a 30 minute nontraditional court/game show first airing in January 1996 on American channel MTV, pitted two ex's against each other in a fictional courtroom setting to decide who was to blame for their break-up. Representing each "ex" was a "counselor" who presented one of the ex's sides of the "case." Jason Winer generally served as the counselor for men while Kara Jane McNamara represented the women. Chris Reed was the judge during the proceedings. Richard "Humpty" Vission was the in-house DJ for the show. The show was marked by the appearance of "surprise witnesses" who would corroborate or refute accusations made by the exes and/or counselors. The show ran for 130+ episodes.

    The show included a first round titled "Tick Tock Testimony" where each ex was given 90 seconds to tell his or her side of the story. Whenever a point was made, the counselor for the ex currently testifying would press a large button which would stop the clock and allow the other ex to testify. Each side alternated until both were out of time.

    The next round was "You Did It, Now Admit It!" where each ex had to give three secrets. If the secret was admitted truthfully, the ex was given a point. If they answered incorrectly or chose not to answer, no points were scored. After three questions, the player with the higher score had a friend come out and explain why the opponent was to blame for the break-up.


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