My brother is a wild card.
Develop wild card & programs for hard to reach groups across leisure and culture.
Crop shows gains had suffered occasional the facilities the a wild card.
Powerful search functions include smart input methods, adjustable text display parameters, and cross-referencing and wild card searches.
Ski manufacturer: The ski manufacturer is the wild card in ski length selection.
The company's Wild Card Bandeau Strapless Tube Bra in eight fashionable colors.
And then there are those wild-card celebrities that go for the statement-making "cray cray" in eyewear fashion--like Lady Gaga--which in many cases are custom designs just for them.
There are, of course, many different styles of women's swimwear, but the wild card in the bunch is boy shorts.
The last place in the top ten went to a wild card contestant, nominated by the judges and picked by public vote.
She initially rejected, but Idol judges Randy Jackson exercised his wild card vote and brought her back.
Pennington has tried his hand at acting, playing Wilbur Wright in the independent film The Adventures of Ociee Nash in 2003 and the character Trey in Wild Card in 2004.
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