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champ

A defined surface ready for carving.
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The nomination was the result of actions taken by Paul, Steve and Champ after a guide dog was attacked in Norris Green in January.
That might be a little optimistic, as two Champ Car teams, Oxnard-based Pacific Coast Motorsports and Walker Racing, announced they will go to Homestead-Miami Speedway for the IRL season opener March 29.
In fact the name Champ is something of a misnomer when applied to the military version of this design which was always known as the FV (Fighting Vehicle).
The top seven states all retain their rankings: Florida still far ahead with 160 champs followed by California (101), Arizona (82), Texas (78), Virginia (54), Michigan (48), and Washington (39).
Champ Asterocks (s/w), Champ Centiped Em (f/w), Colossal Cave Adventure (f/w), Tempest 2000 (s/w), and Pong - Level 3 ( Interesource).
Moreover, it may be much easier to detect CHAMPs in lunar samples or chunks of meteorites.
In the past 66 Champ Car races, Newman/Haas has 31wins.
Food experiences are unforgettable because they educate, engage and entertain foodies from all walks of life," said Mike McCloud, president and CEO of the World Food Championships, which launched the Food Champ concept.
There may just be 19 cars on the track today when practice and qualifying begins, but it's a deep field of 19, with a pack of both veteran and young drivers taking aim at defending Long Beach and Champ Car World Series season champ Sebastien Bourdais.
There will be a gala dinner later in the year where one overall winner will be chosen to be Neighbourhood Champ 2005 and awarded an additional pounds 1,000
Here you'll find a tree that is both the world's biggest and the nation's oldest champ (giant sequoia), as well as the world's biggest pine tree (a sugar pine) and the country's tallest champion (coast redwood), biggest naturalized tree (bluegum eucalyptus), biggest native hardwood (California-laurel), and biggest oak (valley oak).