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SCROUNGESelective Collection and Redistribution of Other Units Nonchalantly Guarded Equipment
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Take two teams of four kids, and give them six hours to transform whatever they can scrounge up from a dirty junkyard into a masterpiece, like a totally raw scooter or dog-washing gadget.
Thereafter we eavesdrop as they gossip; we observe how their politics both coincide and differ; we watch Hughes scrounge loans and, occasionally, repay them; and we follow the unfolding conflict between Hughes and Zora Neale Hurston over who wrote Mule Bone.
I have nothing against genuine asylum seekers who flee their countries because they fear for their lives, but many are coming to scrounge benefits, live a life of luxury and fleece the British taxpayer.
Wisner's obvious first task, before any of the skullduggery could be mounted, was to scrounge up the cash to pay for it all.
Like me, you must be wondering what other two-word, self-canceling campaign keynotes are available for the marginal flotsam candidates to scrounge for.
However, he managed to scrounge up $15,000, and Chapples Ltd.
Amazon managed to scrounge up the few results there was on the
I told Dann that I was going in the wood on the scrounge and that I would try and get a couple of German topcoats and some food if I could find any.
Then there will be less inclination to scrounge and no excuse for anyone who does.
And it would take them five thousand years at their present rate of fiddling to scrounge as much as Sir Fred's recent failures cost the treasury.
It seemed like a pretty straight forward project and I was able to scrounge all of the components.