WROPE

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WROPEWorldwide Registry of Professional Electrologists
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LOOKING FOR FRESH CHANCE TO SHOW SHE'S OVER ANGER MANAGEMENT ISSUES, OWNS EVERY EPISODE OF 'MURDER SHE WROPE' AND WILLING, TO SHARE CAT-FRIENDLY POSTS ONLY, PLEASE.
Witnesses said the pilot kept control of the craft long enough for some of the crew to scramble down a wrope ladder to safety.
Even after the virtuous Jew, Josephus, heals his crippled body, Titus cannot control the wrath against the "Christ-killers" in exacting the siege that he inherited from his father Vespasian, who is continually described as "wrope" [angry] (371), "wode wedande wrop" [raging mad with anger] (385), and "wrop as a wode bore" [angry as a wild boar] (781) in his confrontations with his Jewish enemies, an emotion that is in direct contrast to the Jews who talk "mekly" (338) and fight as "ferce men & noble" (867).