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FLOPSFloating-Point Operations Per Second
FLOPSFayetteville Lovers of Pure Suds (Arkansas)
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Combat Flip Flops is a veteran-owned small business creating economic, educational and life-saving opportunities for those living in conflict areas.
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But if the flop gives an opponent a flush or a straight draw, you will get drawn out on almost 40 percent of the time, with two cards to come.
There are five flop scenarios that can instantly take your position from a solid place of security into the realm of immediate danger.
John revealed the first thing trawler agent Rich said to him after he came round was: "You owe me a pair of flip flops.
A careful look at both these cartoons reveals that these "shillings" have been inserted over what was originally dollars or cents to create the illusion that the Flops were an all British family or at least so that the joke made sense.
Don't even ask me about the flip flops," one of the girl's moms famously said.
Of course, to go with beach bag and flip flops, a towel is needed and new brand Foota Towels has taken advantage of Egypt's most luxurious cotton to produce sumptuously soft towels.
I thought about making them after I realized that most females carry a spare pair of flip flops in their purse," she relates.
Now, at a starry night for the Sabse Favourite Kaun Awards for a TV channel, he was happy that despite the series of flops this year, he got an award and also performed on stage.
I'm considering an alternative route to riches through starting my own Belly Flops Tour.
SHOE PEOPLE: Tony Blair and David Cameron should try flip flops