undergrounder

undergrounder

(ˈʌndəˌɡraʊndə)
n
a member of an underground group
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Both of these dudes absolutely shred, with ollie powers and style way beyond their undergrounder status.
Others are radicals such as former Weather Undergrounder Bill Ayers whose impact on the U.
A very fortunate few of us were treated to an intimate preview of this double CD, with live performances by an astounding array of artists that included power-popper Chris Stamey, punk stalwarts Jon Langford and Sally Timms of the Mekons, rockabilly filly Rosie Flores and ex-Velvet Undergrounder John Cale.
He will also record a piece with veteran Welsh actress Sian Phillips in Broadway and ex-Velvet Undergrounder John Cale in New York.
Examples of the genre include ICELANDIC, TORMENTOR, OUTSHOUTS and UNDERGROUNDER.
Outrageous "Power Ups" such as the Undergrounder, which dives underground and pops up somewhere else, enable players to execute unbelievable plays.
Little batters can also opt for one of four different types of hits -- the dynamic Aluminum Power bat, the wild and Crazy Bunt, the Screaming Line Drive or the subterranean Undergrounder that pops up in the outfield.
Children then go on to choose from a variety of playing venues, pick team names and colors, and, of course, experience first hand the Humongous Sports brand of patented "PowerUps," such as the red hot Fireball and the subterranean Undergrounder, that enable their players to execute truly unbelievable plays.
Villagers played all the major Factory roles, dressed as superstars and Velvet Undergrounders.
Following the ceremony, the bride's parents hosted a reception at the Mississippi Museum of Art where guests dined on the couple's favorite foods, including a mac and cheese bar, and danced to Motown music by the Undergrounders from Birmingham, Alabama.
He's homeless and friendless except for the Undergrounders.
The secretary of the Undergrounders, John Joseph O'Reilly, found the key to the riddle.