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VLADVariable Life Adjusted Display
VLADVehicle Lightweight Arresting Device (US DoD)
VLADVertical Line Array DIFAR
VLADVinten Low-Angle Dolly
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Before Will vanished in the entrails of the computer, Vlad managed to notice that he had painted his nails a claret hue.
C C Humphreys has tried to set the record straight with this fictionalised account of Vlad Dracula and his reign of terror over 15th century Wallachia.
"Only six in 10 of the graduates had full-time employment six to eight months after graduation," Becker and Vlad report.
"Vlad was born in Sighisoara, and his own archetypal castle is on a pinnacle of practically inaccessible rock, at Poenari."
This book is not for the faint of heart--the chapter on Vlad has some particularly gruesome bits.
There are some bloody moments, but Vlad and Henry's humorous sparring outweighs the violence.
Vlad is from one of the Eastern European countries and he speaks English as a second language.
Zeman CL, Seuleanul I, Sinca M, Sinca A, Moga D, Vlad M.
"I haven't spoken to Kostya Tszyu personally because it's not my place to do that ( that's up to his promoter, Vlad Wharton," Warren said.
Vlad has told her that Westerners are rude in this way.
'Vlad the Impaler -- In Search of the Real Dracula' looks at the life of Vlad Tepes, the individual that Bram Stoker based his book 'Dracula' on.