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I threw the fire-stick into the water after the mullet and held on to the dynamite.
Today, Oracle announced that Group Dynamite deployed Oracle Retail Merchandise Financial Planning Cloud Service to propel teams forward with an integrated, science-based cloud planning solution.
Sharon Harrigan's father was larger than life, a brilliant but troubled man who blew off his hand with dynamite before she was born and died in a mysterious and bizarre accident when she was seven.
Two fishermen were arrested for allegedly using dynamite in their illegal fishing activities off the waters of Culion, Palawan, on Friday.
7 April 2017 - US-based Better-Gro gardening products maker Sun Bulb Co has completed the acquisition of Florida, US- based fertilisers and organic plant foods maker Dynamite Plant Food, the company said.
The name dynamite is derived from the Greek word dynamis, meaning power.
The Philippine Marine Mammal Stranding Network (PMMSN) says the cause of the beaching of Valentina is rampant dynamite fishing in the area.
Nearly 100 members of Coventry Dynamite Cheerleaders, aged from four up to 34, travelled to Bournemouth to compete against clubs from across the UK.
A WARD-WINNING rapper, RnB singer, and UK garage star MS DYNAMITE (pictured) will be exploding onto Teesside next weekend.
NORDIC BUSINESS REPORT-30 August 2010-Finnish Rapala wraps up takeover of UK Dynamite Baits(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
TELECOMWORLDWIRE-5 January 2010-Autodesk acquires Dynamite VSP and Dynamite SIM from 3AM(C)1994-2010 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
International Resource News-2 January 2009-Blue Note Acquires Equity Interest in Dynamite Resources(C)2009 ENPublishing - http://www.