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ninja

a person skilled in ninjutsu, a Japanese martial art characterized by stealthy movement and camouflage
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Homepage Ninja can be accessed through the web browser and does not require any apps, programs, or extensions to be installed.
The new Kinect sensor makes a world of difference, and Fruit Ninja Kinect 2 has been built from the ground up to take full advantage of the latest hardware.
Data from sensors and actuators on the Ninja Sphere build a model that informs users if something is out of place in their home, whereas constantly learning about the user and their environment.
uk/shellraiser and don't forget to catch the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles every day on Nicktoons.
The final section of the book describes how Shapiro applied the ninja principles to make the International CES show, an annual trade show held in Las Vegas every January, into a growing success.
One thing's noticeable, though: the Ninja demands to be revved harder than the BMW.
The addition of the ninja and vampire aspects serve to further the story line rather than trying to be the plot.
Ninja had lost her sight and hearing due to her old age.
They are rescued by a mysterious Ninja called Shusaku.
In preparation for the April 7 launch of Xbox's Ninja Blade, Vice's digital manga based storyline traces the missions that took place in the past when Ken Ogawa and the Guide team fought to contain the infected.
THE fastest greyhound I saw at Wimbledon last year was Ninja Jamie, who put up the best performance I witnessed from a greyhound anywhere in Britain when destroying his Yarmouth Derby field by eight lengths, smashing the clock by nine spots.
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