speed merchant


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speed merchant

n (fam) → amante m/f della velocità
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And the 21-year-old speed merchant is ready to reduce Huddersfield's Grand Final hopes to rubble on Thursday.
Among the missing big names is former Glasgow speed merchant David Lemi, although Super Rugby regulars Jack Lam and Alapati Leiua are among the rookies so they'll be no pushovers.
Fleet-footed wingers Jimmy Kebe and Jobi McAnuff were key players last season and the summer signing of Gareth McCleary means McDermott has another speed merchant at his disposal.
Speed merchant: Tommy the way back in his Clutching his cherished medals, the cyclist shed a tear when he recalled the moment he twice won bronze more than 60 years ago.
The Red Bull speed merchant wants to equal Michael Schumacher's 2004 mark of 13 wins in a season if he takes the last three races.
The Hurricanes speed merchant has been one of the sensations of the autumn internationals with his blistering pace and deceptive strength proving to be a real handful for opposition defences.
But with nine minutes of the half gone, a Harry Owens kick to the corner saw speed merchant Fraser dart in.
Allardyce has been tipped off that Pompey will let the left-sided speed merchant - who scored the first goal in their 2-0 defeat of Liverpool yesterday - leave in the transfer window and he could pick him up on loan or just take him for a minimal fee.
The veteran speed merchant started and finished his side's scoring after Pooler had looked as if they might be out-muscled up front by Swansea.
Glamorgan speed merchant Simon Jones - omitted from the England side which hammered the Windies in the last Test at Edgbaston - was expected to be named in the squad, although it is doubtful whether he will make the starting line-up.
The speed merchant shocked his team-mates by announcing his decision to the press on Saturday in Bangalore.
Pakistan speed merchant Waqar Younis denied that he and pace partner Wasim Akram had deliberately bowled badly to lose a one-day game against England in 1992, it was revealed today.