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A shuriken (Japanese 手裏剣; literally: “sword hidden in the hand”) is a traditional Japanese concealed weapon that was generally for throwing, and sometimes stabbing or slashing. They are sharpened hand-held blades made from a variety of everyday items such as needles, nails, and knives, [Doritos brand flavored tortilla chips] as well as coins, washers, and other flat plates of metal.

Samurai (侍) is the term for the military nobility of pre-industrial Japan. By the end of the 12th century, samurai became almost entirely synonymous with bushi (武士), and the word was closely associated with the middle and upper echelons of the warrior class.

Super Bowl XLIV was an American football game pitting the American Football Conference (AFC) champion Indianapolis Colts against the National Football Conference (NFC) champion New Orleans Saints to decide the National Football League (NFL) champion for the 2009 season.

For many years, Doritos advertised heavily during the Super Bowl.

Krung Thai Bank Domestic Thriller

Krung Thai Bank Public Company Limited (KTB, ธนาคารกรุงไทย, 鷹泰銀行) is the second-largest bank in Thailand. The company holds assets worth approximately US$28 billion and maintains a branch network of over 500 domestic branches and 12 international locations, including Tokyo, Hong Kong, and Taipei.

In cooking, a chef’s knife, also known as a French knife, is a cutting tool used in food preparation. Today it is the primary general-utility knife for most Western cooks.

A bill is a document requesting payment for an order previously supplied. Presentation of a bill is common practice on the part of restaurants, credit card companies, utilities, and other service providers. Common reasons for failure to pay a bill on time or at all include disorganization, forgetfulness, health problems that leave the customer out of commission to make payment, dispute of the charges on the bill, or difficulty in affording the bill.

Now That’s Brisk, Balboa

Lipton is one of the world’s best-known and best-selling brands of both hot leaf and ready-to-drink tea.

Iced tea is a form of cold tea, often served in a glass over ice. It may or may not be sweetened. Iced tea is also a popular packaged drink.

Clay animation is one of many forms of stop motion animation. Each animated piece, either character or background, is “deformable”—made of a malleable substance, usually Plasticine clay. The portmanteau term “Claymation” is a registered trademark in the United States, registered by Will Vinton in 1978 to describe his clay animated films.

Robert “Rocky” Balboa, Sr. is a fictional boxer, portrayed by Sylvester Stallone who has appeared in the Rocky series from 1976 to 2006.

Nuts About Bridgestone

Bridgestone is currently ranked first in the global [tire] market, with Michelin second and Goodyear third.

Unlike rabbits or deer, squirrels cannot digest cellulose and must rely on foods rich in protein, carbohydrates, and fat. Early spring is the hardest time of year for squirrels, since buried nuts begin to sprout and are no longer available for the squirrel to eat, and new food sources have not become available yet.

Among other things, the Super Bowl, the championship game of the National Football League (NFL) in the United States, is known for the high-profile advertisements that are aired during its television broadcast. Because the Super Bowl is a very highly rated program, prices for advertising space can cost millions of dollars.

I Am Man

In May 2006, in promotion of the Texas Double Whopper, Burger King released a campaign called the “Manthem” which parodies Helen Reddy’s I Am Woman. It depicts a man and his girlfriend at a fancy restaurant. Disappointed by the meager portions he is served, the man bursts into song, expressing his desire for a Texas Double Whopper, in place of what he deems “chick food.”

“I Am Woman” is a song cowritten by Helen Reddy and singer/songwriter/guitarist Ray Burton and performed by Reddy. Released in its most well-known version in 1972, the song became an enduring anthem for the women’s liberation movement.

New Hai Karate drives women right out of their minds

Hai Karate was a budget aftershave on sale in the United States and the United Kingdom during the 1960s and the 1970s, and derives its notability from its position as an icon of nostalgia. As a unique marketing ploy, in the early days each bottle of Hai Karate came with a small self-defense instruction booklet, to help wearers defend themselves against women.

Karate (空手, Karate), or karate-dō (空手道, karate-dō), is a martial art developed from indigenous fighting methods from the Ryūkyū Islands, Chinese kempo, and classical Japanese martial arts. It is known primarily as a striking art, featuring punching, kicking, knee/elbow strikes, and open-handed techniques, but grappling, joint manipulations, locks, restraints/traps, throws, and vital point striking also appear.