Posts Tagged ‘dozens’
Posted August 1, 2012on:
A special kind of guilt.
At least 38 reported dead in five states as dozens of tornadoes demolish towns.
A string of violent storms demolished small towns in Indiana and cut off rural communities in Kentucky as an early season tornado outbreak killed more than three dozen people.
Forks High School used to be famous because Bella and Edward and vampires and stuff.
Now it’s famous because its students have gone PUNK ROCK.
The judge presiding over a high-profile serial killer case in Cleveland is now herself under scrutiny after her e-mail address was linked to dozens of comments on the Cleveland Plain Dealer’s Web site.
Judge Shirley Strickland Saffold is suing the newspaper for $50 million, saying it violated her privacy.
The video is being called appalling and unreal.
It shows a valet at the Hyatt Hotel in downtown St. Louis doing donuts, peeling out, burning out, revving engines and spinning tires in expensive cars, without the owners ever knowing it. Someone calling himself “valet underground” posted dozens of videos on YouTube, showing fancy cars being driven…
Given the number of English cognates in Russian (the language we’ll focus on here), learning the Cyrillic alphabet allows you to read and understand dozens of words in Russian, including the three above (computer, student, and passport, respectively).