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TI offered a $100 rebate, which caused spokesman Bill Cosby to quip about how easy it was to sell a computer if you paid people $100 to buy one.

For example the glass is captured between an inner and an outer gasket in a space called the glazing
can mark places and then return there by passing through 'the Gatehouse' as the reaper calls it.

However, through the combined effort of everyone in Operation Doodlebug, the D-reaper was regressed back into its original, harmless state, no more complex than a simple calculator.

Similar to the original design for the Repeater Bolt Thrower of their High Elven cousins, the reaper is a large, ballista -style torsion weapon.

The bands Blue Öyster Cult and Iron Maiden have featured some gothic lyrics in their music on songs such as " (Don't Fear) The reaper " and " Phantom of the Opera ".

The Telegraph, 25 August 2007. On the 13 September, 2009, an F-15E used an AIM-9 Sidewinder to shoot down an MQ-9 reaper over Northern Afghanistan.

It contained the hit single " (Don't Fear) The reaper ", which reached on the Billboard charts.

Only the Biomerged and Mega-Level (like Beelzemon) Digimon were able to fight it until it evolved into the Mother D-reaper.

Air Force Chief of Staff General T. Michael Moseley said, "We've moved from using UAVs primarily in intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance roles before Operation Iraqi Freedom, to a true hunter-killer role with the reaper." The only character to come from Meckros as of reaper's Gale is Withal, the weaponsmith, whose city was destroyed.

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