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kite fighting kites' main tether lines have sharp glass particles bonded to the line.

The use of this stake was to tether a horse to it; the animal was then driven around to thresh grain by treading with its hooves.

One such is called the Hypersonic Airplane Space
office, testy from the start, becomes bedlam, with heated charges and indignant denials flung back and forth.

After a testy interchange over whose fault it was, Robbins takes a new sample from Angela's leg.

After some more back-and-forth, with a sometimes testy, sometimes punchy Blanchett trying to steer the topic of conversation back to the film, Hyla finally tried another angle.

Although Monday's scuffle was unusually violent, labor relations in France are commonly testy, with unions sometimes even resorting to holding managers hostage - or "boss-napping” - to make a point.

And in a testy exchange with host Chuck Todd, Fiorina repeatedly insisted that the practice she described "is happening." A testy back-and-forth exchange took place between the two men.

Bull testicle treats, Clinton, Montana The decidedly adult Testy Festy festivities revolve around Rocky Mountain Oysters, which are fried bull testicles.

Bush grew testy with a reporter on Thursday, who asked if he regretted using the term in a radio interview.

But gathered in Cammarano's family-style restaurant in the Los Angeles suburb of Simi Valley, things got testy, quickly.

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