Rigged sentence example

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  • He rigged the building but didn't blow it.
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  • My forefathers rigged the mines on the planet to explode.
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  • Critics of the show contend that much of the spooky activity is rigged.
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  • There have even been claims that the evidence has been false, or that the show is rigged.
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  • In a place that operated on rigged deals where demons didn't seem to lose, she was certain anything she asked Darkyn for was going to cost her.
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  • As noted earlier, the appropriateness of the rigged Hilbert space framework enters by way of the domain axiom.
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  • The Matthew is a modern recreation of the square rigged caravel that John Cabot sailed from Bristol to Newfoundland in 1497.
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  • A Financial Times editorial (20 December) also suggested that the rigged auction would simply undermine investor confidence.
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  • I have rigged a downhaul for the occasions when I lend out my boat to someone who has not sailed a Europe before.
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  • We operate three traditional, gaff rigged sailing vessels, including Golden Vanity, a 53 ' Gaff Cutter.
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  • Voyages last between 2 and 7 days aboard our 76 foot gaff rigged ketch, Greater Manchester Challenge.
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  • A perfectly legitimate election would have been possible, had the British not rigged the results.
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  • Detail on the Bedford seal is hard to distinguish but both ships clearly had a square rigged mainmast and a lateen mizzen.
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  • Nyborg Ditto, completely rigged, her guns of twenty-four pounders.
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  • The umbrella had been rigged to inject a poison ricin pellet under Markov's skin.
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  • Description: A 20m pitch rigged from a bolt on the rock bridge lands on a snow plug.
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  • If you are first down a rope rigged by someone else in your absence - beware unpleasant surprises!
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  • Have seen a junk rigged riptide, Mystique, for sale on the eog site.
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  • Has anyone ever rigged up a centrifugal separator to remove the oil?
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  • After an awkward traverse to the top of the pitch, Duncan rigged it and we descended.
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  • Stenhouse, who was in command, rigged a new rudder, and when she was released on March 16 1916 in lat.
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  • There was a taught cable rigged through and the stones were carefully repositioned so as to make the temple look solid.
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  • The umbrella had been rigged to inject a poison ricin pellet under Markov 's skin.
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  • If you are first down a rope rigged by someone else in your absence - beware unpleasant surprises !
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  • Has ridden my have rigged bids to another city.
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  • I welcome the decision and look forward to campaigning against Blair 's rigged referendum.
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  • Vessels, Beam Trawl 20 meters or over, can be rigged for either beam trawling or scallop dredging.
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  • Back at Bar Pot Steve rigged whilst Alison scurried off to find cover for a call of nature.
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  • Then we had the problem that we were only rigged with single spinnaker sheets.
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  • Quickly our skipper rigged up teasers and trolling rods and we set off searching the area.
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  • Replace all of their pens with your rigged ones, and watch as they try to use the pens, whose caps will not come undone since you glued them on the night before.
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  • Mobile grooming brings the shop right to your own driveway in the form of a fully rigged maxi-van.
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  • In this Nintendo Wii version, the games aren't rigged and you have better odds at winning.
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  • Playing with a couple people in your own home is not where it's at with this one; instead, they geared it towards online play that can actually be a blast if you manage to overcome the janky control setup they rigged you with.
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  • Due to the way publication schedules work for magazines, catalogs and other print media, most outdoor photo shoots take place in colder months with lighting rigged to look as though it's hot and sunny.
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  • Western Train Chase: The Evil Dr. Porkchop has rigged the train with dynamite and Rex is trapped.
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  • Bloody shots are easily achieved with some help from a rigged "blood pack," which is secured beneath the actor's top and activated by a control box.
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  • As a German living in England during World War I, he was sent to a British internment camp, where he rigged the hospital bed springs to create a form of exercise machine.
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  • No matter your opinion of Steven Seagal or whether you think the show is rigged, you can't deny the star power of the martial arts action hero.
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  • Vannevar Bush, the author, talked about how the methods of the time were no different than those used hundreds of years earlier, in the era of "square rigged ships."
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  • With auditorium seating for over 500 people, the Great Hall is rigged with the latest in technology and staging capabilities.
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  • For her delivery voyage she was rigged as a topsail schooner, the mast being removed on arrival.
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  • Directly opposite to him came a strange one-horse vehicle, evidently rigged up by soldiers out of any available materials and looking like something between a cart, a cabriolet, and a caleche.
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  • The mines were rigged, and he'd never wanted to think he'd need to destroy his home in order to rid it of the blight affecting it.
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  • Long ago, his ancestors had rigged the planet to blow the mines and turn the atmosphere into a toxic mix no one would survive.
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  • Two posted guard outside while two more rigged the repaired door to open and close.
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  • In the twilight saddled horses could be seen, and Cossacks and hussars who had rigged up rough shelters in the glade and were kindling glowing fires in a hollow of the forest where the French could not see the smoke.
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