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The second sneak peek, however, reveals that Darius hasn't returned yet to his firm since he was seen riding a chopper at the end of last episode.
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The company is offering the Sneak Peek Week, from October 28, 2011, with a selection of vacation packages at the same rate as its upcoming annual sale.
Self-proclaimed house gangster Sneak has helped shape the course of dance music since the early 1990s.
QB sneaks are common in this situation, especially if the ball is butted up against the goal line.
Learning more about DAF could offer new ways to stop CVBs and related viruses from using it to sneak into cells, Bergelson adds.
But his spokesman said the trip would probably be a low key affair -``a sneak in, sneak out situation''.
Emap is issuing a 36-page sampler edition of its new teen celebrity-based magazine Sneak, to be distributed free with copies of J17 and Smash Hits.
The point-of-sale features a swimsuit-clad young woman reaching out of a poster to sneak a cold bottle of Pete's Summer Brew from an unsuspecting beer drinker.
From the Sneak Peak box, users can access more detailed process information - even down to the single-shot level.
This article examines the emergence of the sneak and peek warrant as a viable law enforcement technique and reviews cases that have addressed the legal issues involved in the execution of such warrants.