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The events of uncanny X-Men were also a parody of this same Star Trek episode.

uncanny X-Men In order to satiate his bloodlust, the Shadow King encouraged arena fighting amongst the Muir Island personnel.

Pete said the "knitting" part, in particular, was
unbridled optimism which had attended the party's foundation.

Cage said in an interview that he was "always attracted to those passionate, almost unbridled romantic characters, and Sailor had that more than any other role I'd played".

President Marcos was hounded by pressure from many sides - an increasingly restive people, a rapidly failing economy, growing doubts by foreign creditors, a hostile international press, and unbridled corruption of his closest allies.

According to Helmut Goeckel's preface to the first paper in the series, unbridled interest of unsavory firms had caused Heim to cease from further developments of his propulsion theory.

"A runaway horse," "galloping fast," or "unbridled." Palmer, Geoffrey (1979), unbridled power?: An interpretation of New Zealand's constitution and government.

The Cover of Crit02 The next pair of officers exhibits unbridled energy, resulting in a great number of new programs.

DNA World Tour (2009) On March 19th, 2009, Mayday annouced their new World Tour DNA Mayday "Creates" Concert«DNA??????????», which commenced in Hong kong on May 20, 2009. For the tour, Mayday released two songs, DNA and unbridled«??».

From this, it can be deduced Jones perceives the human race much as Smith does, though with less unbridled revulsion.

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