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Management The MUTV Executive Board of Directors, Fall 2008 : Front row 4 (L-R): Andrew Worrall, gary blase, Emily Cottingham, Ipalibo "Marvel" Da-Wariboko.

Acid King opens with something called "Blaze In" which is anything but and more like "blase" I would think.


Say the word, straight I unstop the full-organ, blare out the mode Palestrina.

A California-born kid who still surfs and would prefer to wear jeans and a pair of Vans on the sideline, he kept things loose by taking the Warriors bowling and letting them blare music during practices.

"If you want the stereo to blare loud music when your dog jumps on the sofa, to scare off the dog, you can do that," says CEO Andrew Cohen.

Lombardo, after having a colleague blare a bullhorn in her ear for a brief time, went up to the elderly woman and forcefully removed her.

Places of worship become particularly active during Ramadan, which this year runs from mid-June to mid-July, when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset and mosques blare out religious sermons even earlier than usual.

The letters "CREAM" blare from your chest.

The stall warnings -- which blare the words "Stall, Stall" -- went on as the plane started the steep climb and continued until it crashed, according to information on the flight data recorder.

"Vote Likud" and other election slogans blare from a loudspeaker next to a main street in Kiryat Gat, a small town in southern Israel.

While the men work, tractors rigged with loudspeakers blare Bollywood songs.

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