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- Crack is made from cocaine freebase, which is an intermediate form of cocaine made by heating cocaine with sodium bicarbonate and water.
- Crack is extremely lightweight and is probably the most reliable password cracker available.
- Crack is wack." In 2003, her husband, rapper Bobby Brown, was charged with battery after an argument with Houston left her with facial injuries.
- If the crack is detected in time, however, dental bonding or an onlay can sometimes be used to treat the tooth.
- If your crack is diagnosed as a cracked tooth, then the crack probably extends from the chewing surface of the tooth vertically towards the root.
- Marlin matched that eighth-place finish in 2005, but failed to crack the top 15 in each of his last two Daytona 500 starts.
- So is Johnny Sauter, the only other non-Cup driver to crack the top 10 in points with an eighth-place finish.
- Pan Rui then ordered Xiang Chong and Li Gun to lead 500 crack troops to enter the formation and break it.
- Since anyone could crack a Ceasar shift cipher, this scheme is not used for security.
- Hilina Slump or the Great Crack is an 8 mile long, 60 feet wide and 60 feet deep crack in the island, situated in the district of Kaʻū.
- On entering the Limpopo province this great crack vanished underground, with a river of molten rock still flowing along it.
- The uprising is initially successful, but government forces crack down; causing more than 2 million Kurds to flee to Turkey and Iran.
- He was then given a crack at becoming a title holder by WBO champ Ray Mercer in a Pay Per View card held on October 18, 1991.
- Subterranean Jungle peaked at number 83 in the United States—it would be the last album by the band to crack the Billboard Top 100.
- Anything is good as long as it keeps the jar bottoms off the pot bottom where the high temperature will crack the glass.
- When we crack or chip our teeth, we often blame it on eating the wrong foods, such as sticky candy or popcorn.
- Sticky candy may accelerate the crack, but the tooth may have fractured because of its weakened condition.
- The split tooth is identified by a crack with distinct segments that can be separated.
- On current form alone, the Bulgarian GM Veselin Topalov will be a tougher nut to crack than Kramnik.
- Hackers can access tools freely available on the internet like WEPcrack, Aircrack, and Airsnort that can crack a WEP key in as little as 15 minutes.
- Fissure is also a narrow crack or opening in a rock formation or the earth.
- There is as much nobility in the pages of Blood Meridian, the Southwestern classic of our time, as you'll find in a crack house.
- More disturbingly, [Weiner94] has shown the design of a DES cracking machine costing $1 Million that can crack one key every 3.5 hours.
- This title presents the fast and easy way to crack codes and cryptograms.
- If it's for me, I'm a hard nut to crack, and I take it standing up.
- However, bacteria can enter the pulp through a loose filling, decaying cavity, a crack, or if injury exposes the nerves.
- In 1991, he released his first comedy album Born Suspect and won acclaim for his dramatic role as a crack addict in the film New Jack City.
- One kind of hairline crack, called a "craze," occurs over time in the enamel layer of the tooth, and they may not require immediate treatment.
- Fracture of a crystal by crack propagation across a crystallographic plane of low index.
- Via him, we meet two American record producers (Jeremy Piven and Chris (Ludacris) Bridges with nothing much to do but get in the way and crack wise.
- Fissure: A crack or fracture in the Earth's crust or the slope of a volcano, up which magma may rise.
- Vein - A fissure, fault or crack in a rock filled by minerals that have travelled upwards from some deep source.
- Fissure - An extensive crack, break or fracture in rocks.
- But misfeasance is a tough nut to crack, going right, as it were, to the nut of Byers himself - his state of mind.
- Army Group Centre had previously proved a tough nut to crack as Zhukov 's defeat in Operation Mars had shown.
- There is no crack, serial number, hack or activation key for Medieval Bluetooth OBEX File Transfer present here.
- In June in Alberquerque, New Mexico Ahumada received his first crack at the crown facing the feared champion Bob Foster.
- This is their first crack at the whip with a PlayStation fighting game.
- The crack, 20 feet wide in spots, opened in 2005 and some geologists believed then that it would spawn a new ocean.
- Prior to extraction, the crack in this tooth was difficult to see, as in the left hand image.
- Andrea Dovizioso disposed of Pedrosa in short order, but LCR Honda's Randy de Puniet was a tough nut to crack.
- Gone Stoner's mistake had opened up the first crack of daylight for Pedrosa, the Spaniard already starting to push hard.
- The British proclaimed a "War on Terrorism" and attempted to crack down on Irgun, Lehi, and anyone perceived to be cooperating with them.
- ICANN has taken another crack at the question of the economics of launching new top-level domains (TLDs).
- Similarly, the Romans knew that adding horse hair made concrete less liable to crack while it hardened, and adding blood made it more frost-resistant.
- It's not that hard for NSA to design an encryption algorithm that only they can crack, if no one else can review the algorithm.
- When you let the biting pressure off, the crack closes and the fluid pressure simulates the nerve and causes pain; it can happen as you bite onto it too.
- Most cryptanalysis techniques exploit patterns found in the plaintext to crack the cipher.
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- Two games proving even tougher to crack than chess are bridge and Go.
- The most common disc injury is a small crack or microtear in the tough, outer cartilage material of the disc called annular fibers.
- It is cautioned that this wood needs to be seasoned properly prior to manufacturing otherwise it will split, crack and chip.
- Eventually the tooth will fatigue, crack and split.
- If the crack has extended all the way to the center of the tooth where the pulp or nerve tissue is, the pain may be constant and unbearable.
- A shield volcano like Mauna Loa owes its shape to the way the lava erupts from a vent in the earths crust that begins as a fissure, or crack.
- When a real crack occurs in a vital tooth (one with a living nerve), the crack frequently does not propagate all the way through the tooth.
- Seal the gap or crack with roofing cement.
- Plaque rupture stimulates the production of blood clots that tries to seal off the superficial crack.
- Engineers are familiar with the tendency of concrete to crack, and where appropriate, special design precautions are taken to ensure crack control.
- Like othe ribbed fabrics, it has a tendency to slip at the seams and crack, so it cannot be fitted too tightly.
- Additionally, not every tooth that does crack or break will be especially problematic to repair.
- They are most commonly used after root canal treatment, when a large filling or crack can weaken a tooth, or to repair a broken tooth.
- Big Brown, who had an acrylic patch placed on his front left foot Friday to repair a small crack, was resting comfortably inside Barn 2 on Saturday morning.
- Over time, daily pressure and temperature changes can cause silver fillings to crack and leak, allowing bacteria to get into your tooth.
- Eventually (during Dragon Ball GT) all seven Dragon Balls were filled to full capacity, causing them to crack and the dark energy to leak out.
- Old silver amalgam fillings tended to leak and expand outward as they aged, often causing teeth to crack.
- Early detection of the crack is essential, for if left untreated, tooth loss may occur.
- If still left untreated, your remaining teeth can crack and chip due to this shifting.
- Left untreated, the crack becomes larger and the inner pulp can become damaged beyond repair, leading to serious infections called abscesses.
- However the kerosine-fuelled engine would "knock" and crack the cylinder head and pistons.
- Anatomy > Mouth > Teeth > Tooth
- Security > Risk > Failure > Fracture
- Medicine > Anatomy > Mouth > Teeth
* Amalgam Fillings
* Big Guns
* Brute Force
* Cracked Tooth
* Cracked Tooth Syndrome
* Des Key
* Fracture Occurring
* Gum Line
* Mineral Granules
* Nerve Chamber
* Simon Winchester
* Structurally Sound
* Tooth Crack
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