⚾️🇺🇸MLB #WorldSeries 10/25 $6000 Dodgers/Rays u8 -115 Over is 4-0 this WS, but not tonight. Dodgers -170 favs, but TT o4.5 is -105. Rays TT o3.5 is +115. Tied at 2-2 these teams have nerves to be the hero. BOTH pitchers K totals are at 7.5. Public HEAVY on the over. LOVE this
oky so kisi ny socha un gareeb waldain k dilun pe kiya guzry gi jinun ny apni puri zindagi apny bchy ko aik achy mukaam pe dekhny k liye guzar di... khud bookhy reh k bchun ki khawaishaat puri kin...can't describe it💔😭 #NoPmcSyllabus @BBhuttoZardari
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Uchida-ryū Tanjōjutsu , also known as Sutekki-Jutsu, is a Japanese martial arts school of tanjojutsu, originally devised by Shinto Muso-ryu practicitioner Uchida Ryogoro (1837-1921) as a way to utilize the western-style walking stick into a weapon of self-defence. The tanjo is not to be confused with the pre-meji era short stick hanbō.
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Uchida Kuichi was a pioneering Japanese photographer from Nagasaki. He was greatly respected as a portrait photographer and was the only photographer granted a sitting to photograph the Emperor Meiji.Uchida was adopted at the age of 13, following his father's death, by the physician Matsumoto Jun (formerly Matsumoto Ryōjun) (1832 - 1907), who was at that time studying photography with J. L. C. Pompe van Meerdervoort (1829 - 1908).Uchida studied photography under Ueno Hikoma in their native city of Nagasaki.
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