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The Metal Men all assumed human alter egos, while Doc Magnus became a fugitive scientist dedicated to global conquest.

Using psychology, Blassingame analyzes fugitive slave narratives published in the 19th century to conclude that an independent culture developed among the enslaved
religions and religious purposes of Native Americans.

Such methods tend to frustrate customers who feel that their right to speak to an agent is being restricted.

The low elevation and generally cloudy weather conspired to frustrate most astronomers using the -inch (0 m) telescope.

Although the scholarship came through, the sudden outbreak of the Falkland War threatened to frustrate his plans once again (the Netherlands were natural allies to the British ).

In practice, when codes were in widespread use, they were usually changed on a periodic basis to frustrate codebreakers, and to limit the useful life of stolen or copied codebooks.

Also, under this customary law, the Pentagon claims that countries often make unreasonable and irresponsible claims on marine territory that frustrate U.S. military action.

Stanley consumes these opportunities in trying to satisfy his lust for Margaret (frequent Cook and Moore collaborator Eleanor Bron ), but Spiggott twists his words to frustrate any consummation of desire.

Procedures can be used to frustrate and delay simple and straightforward investigations.

However, Conrad's dyslexia continued to frustrate his academic efforts.

While Typhoon Tyson is justly famed for simply blasting the opposition away the nagging accuracy of Statham and Bailey and the increasing spin of Wardle and Appleyard all served to tie down and frustrate the Australian batsmen.

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