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use "spoilsport" in a sentence

Many people today still think of the Christian life as a sort of living death with god as a cosmic spoilsport.

So you can call me an old spoilsport, but I want you to think for five minutes about the day these heady relationships come to an end.

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Wonder Man Vol. 2 Wonder Man then battles the assassin splice for the first time.

In this form of track, the rails are welded together by utilising flash butt welding to form one continuous rail that may be several kilometres long, or thermite welding to repair or splice together existing CWR segments.

After 2004 the head part was limited to 100mm above the base of its bottom curve and reference to a splice was deleted.

Each rib consisted of three sections bolted together using splice plates, and each end was bolted to the floor at the bearers.

8-track head cleaning cartridge tape The cartridges have an audible pause due to the presence of a length of metallic foil, which a sensor detects and signals the end of the tape and acts as a splice for the loop.

This new approach, which he termed 'moment form,' resembles the 'cinematic splice' techniques in early twentieth century film." Fatigue lives in lap-splice-joint specimens and fatigue-crack growth in a structural fatigue test article agreed well with calculations from small-crack theory and fatigue-crack growth analyses with the FASTRAN code.

EFg Matthews splice Chairs are a range of high quality seating.

Decision trees were then built based on only the features local to these splice sites.

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