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THIS bombshell is most likely to take up flying, sky diving or scuba diving - anything with a little risk and adventure.
The valuation of Bombshell Technologies was determined by a third party independent auditor to be USD 9.03m.
Back in 2015, series one's winning couple still featured one original Islander, Jess Hayes, who was paired with bombshell Max Morley.
Grow Capital, Inc (OTCPK: GRWC) (GRWC) has announced that it has executed a stock exchange agreement to acquire Bombshell Technologies, the company said.
Later, Sharon finds Louise crying, and the girl drops the bombshell that she's still pregnant.
Jai's back in the game Louise drops a bombshell Carla's having a tough time
'Mayroong nakikita iyong mga nag-iimbestiga na could be a bombshell from the way I looked at it,' Presidential Spokesperson Salvador Panelo said in a Palace briefing.
In a bombshell announcement, she revealed to Jack that he no longer needed to search for the truth about his biological father, because he had been John Abbott's son all along, even though the DNA tests he had conducted stated otherwise.
Earlier it was said in a report that the new government is all set to drop electricity bombshell after LPG on the people and Central Power Purchasing Agency (CPPA) has filed petition seeking increase in the power tariff by paisas 62 per unit.
Chantha realises that using diffused bombshells and spent bullets in his creations may make some people uneasy.
Bombshell explores consent, how to compliment women, the increasing threat to reproductive rights, Creationists, and how Theresa May has ruined leopard print forever.
Sarandon was speaking at a screening of her documentary Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story .