...and other commin deities.
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Why oh why
Secondly because his company managed to deliver several games already, so he is obviously capable of doing so.
Just because a company has released some games doesn't necessarily mean they released *all* the games they've worked on.
But taking a huge lot of peoples money and then run hurts alot more (in reputation) than just taking some publishers', so chances are this game will see the light of day in some form.
a) It is a prototype. Perfect fit is not expected.
b) People tend to stay in refugee camps not because of the comfort of the facilities, but due to the fact that WAR still is raging.
verb (used with object) 4. to present or introduce (any point, subject, project, etc.) for discussion. 5. to reduce or remove the practical significance of; make purely theoretical or academic.
So meaning 4 seems appropriate. Strange that a word simultaneously means to introduce it and to remove it from consideration, but it is a pretty old word I think so it has probably evolved quite a bit.
Origin: before 900; Middle English mot ( e ) meeting, assembly, Old English gemt; cognate with Old Norse mt, Dutch gemoet meeting. See meet1
Sounds like "theory" to me. What's with science and ambiguous words?
Can't use ogoogelbar? Ok, we'll use obingbar then, it rolls off the tounge better anyway.
...and IKEA would become Swedish again very quickly if it was cheaper to run it from there.
The (Swedish) Kamprad family still controls the various companies and fondations making up IKEA...
you actually found a collision?
*please* post the password that produces the same hash as "swordfish"