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Cracker

A slang term in Hong Kong for $10,000. See also: Hong Kong dollar, Big cracker.
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RESULTS Round One: Apache 33 British Army 19; Crawshays Welsh 12 Samurai 19; England IPF 12 Scottish Thistles 22; Irish Exiles 15 Wailers 26.
The Samurai, trailing when Care received his yellow card, scored two late tries to clinch a quarter-final victory before going on to knock out twice Middlesex champions the Army.
First Samurai has once again covered some choice mares this season, including Ghanaati's dam Sarayir.
I have fond memories of playing the original title back in the early Nineties, and it's sad that the Samurai Shodown name has been sullied with such a poor reboot.
Japan's Samurai warriors were famed across the world for centuries.
Volunteer Andy Montrose, from Burscough, donned the costume - a copy of original 16thcentury Samurai armour.
But Samurai 7 is more ambitious than these efforts, partly by dint of its length but mostly because of the intimidation that the anime filmmakers experienced in tackling the remake of such an imposing work.
Lucy Liu will give voice to Sio, a beautiful, seductive and sadistic mastermind plotting to destroy Afro Samurai.
Son of Samurai will run at the Arc fromThursday, September 18 to 20.
The duo, whose previous hits Dirty Dusting and Waiting For Gateaux have played to capacity audiences in the 1200-seat main hall of the theatre, will have Son of Samurai performed in the venue's new intimate 76-seat learning space in September.
The Five Secrets of fortune and fulfillment are as ancient as mankind itself--and each already lies concealed within your own minds"--"The Prosperous Peasant: Five Secrets of Fortune & Fulfillment from the Samurai's Temple School" is the story of a small insignificant peasant, who in the golden age of the Japanese Samurai, was not much more that.
LONDON: The government said yesterday it would ban the sale of samurai swords because the weapons had been used in a number of serious, high-profile attacks.