Wipeout


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Wipeout

A significant loss on an investment. For example, a wipeout occurs if one buys a stock at $100 per share and the price later drops to $4. An investment is unlikely to recover from a wipeout.
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Facility manager at Shrewsbury Sports Village, Rhys Collins, said: "We're really looking forward to Wipeout Arena arriving at Swallows.
By altering the soundscape of "Wipeout," everyone can enjoy the game in the most immersive way possible.
There are certainly no complaints with the content on offer here, mainly because it is a compilation of all the best bits of the Wipeout series.
Skip to the end: The way WipEout was always meant to be played.
The September spectacular promoted on Facebook boasts a "series of challenges like you may have seen on Total Wipeout", the BBC hit television show.
The page in question says it will allow attendees to take part in a "series of challenges like you may have seen on Total Wipeout", the hit television show.
The key difference with Wipeout, though, is they're laughing AT the competitors, not with them.
It comes amid mounting pressure on Mr Clegg to stand down as leader after the disastrous elections, which saw the Lib Dems lose hundreds of councillors in the local elections and suer a wipeout of all-but-one of its 11 MEPs, as it slipped to sixth behind the Greens nationally.
Winter Wipeout (BBC1, 6.25pm) On January 3, 2009, Richard Hammond hosted Total Wipeout, the UK version of an American show which looked like something from a live action, platform-based computer game.
The buzz seems to suggest as much even as the superstar gets set to host the Indian version of Wipeout , which airs from the end of January 2011.
Sony Computer Entertainment Europe (SCEE)'s Liverpool Studio and Sony's Evolution Studios in Runcorn have created some of the biggestselling PlayStation games of recent years, including WipEout and Motor-Stor m.
THE Irish Bookmakers' Association, faced with what it claims could be a "wipeout" of high street betting shops, has made sports minister Martin Cullen aware of a proposal it believes has the potential to create more than 4,000 new jobs.