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My 2nd vid of Drop shots that i made up on Bridge crossing.
13 Aug 2007
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Me showing some tips(some may be obvious to older players), Tricks, and me offline in Bridge Crossing and Pipeline
27 Aug 2007
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i was just messin around offline and decided to make up some new drop shots since no ones made a new one in forever =P My 2nd one will be out in a week or 2.....or 3 . send me a message if u want me to make a Drop Shot to a specific place.
4 Aug 2007
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This video shows the Red Bull racing F1 car crossing the Rio-Antirrio bridge in Greece
12 Jan 2008
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The Little Belt (Danish: Lilleblt) is a strait between the Danish island of Funen and the Jutland Peninsula. The belt is about 50km long and 800m to 28km wide, the maximum depth is approximately 75m. Numerous small islands are located within the belt.Two bridges cross the belt, the Old Little Belt bridge and the New Little Belt bridge; also the two Little Belt overhead powerline crossings.We passed it at 11:30 PM watch the sunlight its27 june 2009
8 Jul 2009
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Andalucia Country Property *******www.andaluciacountryproperty**** Cordoba was founded by the Romans and due to its strategic importance as the highest navigable point of the Guadalquivir River, it became a port city of great importance, used for shipping Spanish olive oil, wine and wheat back to Ancient Rome. The Romans built the mighty bridge crossing the river, now called "El Puente Romano". But Cordoba's hour of greatest glory was when it became the capital of the Moorish kingdom of El-Andalus, and this was when work began on the Great Mosque, or "Mezquita", which - after several centuries of additions and enlargements - became one of the largest in all of Islam.
21 May 2011
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*******bestflights***.za/internationalflights/ireland/galway - Visit for more information on Galway, Ireland. Galway, the fifth largest city in Ireland, is the major hub for visitors to West Ireland. The city has a multicultural vibrance and therefore is also known as “The city of the Tribes”. Galway is also known as a scenic getaway with a fabulous nightlife and charming pedestrianized streets with various pubs and cafes. According the 2011 census the city has a population of 75 414 people. What to see / do • Galway Cathedral – One of the largest and most dominating buildings in Galway. • Galway City Museum – Exhibitions focusing on the medieval town. • Spanish Arch – A 16th century bastion • St. Nicholas Church – The largest medieval parish church in Ireland. • Lynch’s Castle – Formerly owned by the fourteen tribes which ruled the city centuries ago. • Salmon Weir Bridge – The bridge crosses the Corrib from the cathedral to the courthouse. Events • Galway Arts Festival – A celebration of the performing and visual arts in July every year. • Galway Loves Theatre • Roundstone Summer Festival – A festival of music, fun, laughter and games for all ages. • Clarenbridge Oyster Festival – Great festival filled with good food, drinks, music and entertainment.
18 Jul 2011
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