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(sēn),
Continuous action in one place; exhibition of questionable behavior.
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Rivals such as Sony, who did try a similar range about seven years ago, just before smartphones hit the scene, are working on similar products.
Festival guest director Jamie Cullum will be there and so will the most fabulous new singer to hit the scene: Gregory Porter.
He wrote what some have called the first Freudian novel, Stern, back in 1962, a full seven years before Portnoy's Complaint hit the scene. He wrote the screenplays to two arguably awesome movies, Splash and Stir Crazy.
I remember when she first hit the scene and being blown away by Back to Black.
Neeraj hit the scene as the lead singer/composer of crossover music group Bombay Vikings, and won the hearts of music lovers across the global with his singing.
I was voted Outstanding Apprentice when I hit the scene in the 1970s, and in 1980 I got the award for outstanding jockey.
But since the "experimental" buoy boats hit the scene, I am told that the catch quantity has decreased along the whole coast of Florida.
HISTORIC motorcycles hit the scene every so often and Honda's 1986 VFR was one of them.
You may recall that an Arkansas Razorback wine hit the scene just in time for last fall's football season.
Mahmoud ran to see what had happened, and shortly afterwards a second missile hit the scene, killing two 15 year old boys, including Abdullah Juda, one of Mahmoud's school friends.
"They have become valuable gastronomical events in their own right, especially as consumers demand more from their snacks."Meal-replacement snackers are reportedly craving varied and vibrant flavors from their snacks as well as punches of protein, fiber and vitamins that yield performance benefits.The study pointed out that better-for-you snacks, such as alternative chips made from beets, sweet potatoes and cassava, have hit the scene with a perception of healthfulness.
"We have very few cases in the Caribbean where we can point to a certain place and say, 'This is exactly what happened when Europeans hit the scene,'" UA professor Jim Knight told the Tuscaloosa News.