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The last effort to stupefy our own people could be heard and seen on the national broadcaster's Talk of the Nation show on Monday this week.
Greatest War Stories Never Told: 100 Tales From Military History to Astonish, Bewilder, and Stupefy by Rick Beyer, will be published in November 2005 by Harper Collins.
Thanks to improved software, ERS-210A will now recognize when its batteries are running low and stupefy all around it by waddling over to the "Energy Station," sitting down on it and initiating the recharge session itself
Today a internet search showed over 850,000 entries on the subject of fluoridating tap water for population control and to stupefy populations.
It could certainly stupefy a soldier, but it's very doubtful it could repress his sexual desire.
Lees was on medication for depression and took "drastic action to stupefy him to find out what relationship he was involved in.
I speak to the Master about the price of barley -- "Do they share memories from the cave that would stupefy the mountains?