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ninja

a person skilled in ninjutsu, a Japanese martial art characterized by stealthy movement and camouflage
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Founded in Singapore, Ninja Van began operations here in the Philippines in 2016.
SKU Ninja will help users respond effectively to the rapidly changing dynamics and scale of e-commerce.
Ninja mania will be in high gear in both Naperville and Libertyville this weekend, with an event called Pro Camp.
Another interesting thing to note is that this the first time the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have appeared in the fighting game since the early 90s, namely, a game called Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Tournament Fighters, which still has a decent following to this day.
To be a ninja warrior, you have to be stealthy, athletic like a ninja.
A REDCAR park became a target for knitting ninjas who left a pleasant surprise for locals to wake up to.
American Ninja Warrior" features obstacles that athletes must leap, climb and swing through, mostly using upper-body, arm and grip strength.
It features three battle weapons: giant nunchucks that can be deployed as the vehicle rolls; a capture net to snare enemies; and four Ninja stars that can be launched to take out Foot Soldiers.
Having successfully executed their model in Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia, Ninja Van plans to use the capital raised to roll-out this comprehensive approach to last-mile delivery in new markets, including Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines, by the end of 2016.
Chang Wen Lai, Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer of Ninja Van, added, "We are on a mission to revolutionise the logistics industry in Southeast Asia.
Kata's accomplice is the delicate Saiko, who strangely has just begun ninja training, and the surprising target is Saiko's younger brother, Ichiro.