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smash

Tennis squash badminton a fast and powerful overhead stroke
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Smash Tour is less enjoyable, diluting the battles with unexciting board game mechanics.
Organizing this annual event is the Smash Arabia Badminton Club, one of the biggest and most competitive clubs in Jeddah producing Champions among its membership.
A spokesperson for the Fire Service said the female passengers were lucky to be alive following the smash.
The closure of the magazine allows us to concentrate our resources on developing the Smash Hits brand on these emerging platforms.
Premier Foods' commercial director, said:"There is still a huge amount of interest in the Smash Martians.
The festival was temporarily moved back to Tokyo for the 1998 production as Smash sought a more permanent home.
But news of a cash infusion into Smash International could buoy the spirits of about 300 investors who have a stake in the firm, including the 150 mostly Lane County residents who three years ago sunk $341,500 in a direct public stock offering by Smash.
Smash browns are made from 100% Idaho potatoes and are ready in minutes with a crisp outside.
The youngster was air-lifted to Heartlands Hospital in Birmingham suffering head injuries after the smash in Tile Hill Lane, Tile Hill, on February 13.
The driver of the car was killed in the smash and his front seat passenger, 26, suffered head injuries.
Being editor of Smash Hits involves taking the most exciting and best- looking pop stars of the day and making them look as glamorous (or silly) as possible for the biggest- selling music magazine in the country.