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stun·ted

(stŭnt'ĕd)
Shortened; retarded, as in growth.
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Then he performed skate stunts in front of a video camera.
Last year in California, more than 10 high schools also participated in the STUNT Season and in the California State Championship, and more than 45 teams have already signed up for the 2016 STUNT season.
Other days I am lucky enough to stunt drive for films and TV, so those days I'm generally away, but I have a great team I can rely on when I am.
6 TVM ( Television Viewership in Millions) has been keeping the audience glued to TV sets with the prominent showbiz faces performing deadly stunts.
This stunt game has had a negative impact on the youngsters who consider these drifting drivers as role models and also try to emulate their stunts.
Mr Stunt, who has three grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren, has been around the world five times and collected police badges from the places he visited.
With the latest instalment of the popular Batman films, The Dark Knight Rises, due out on July 20, Buster's stunt work will again be on the big-screen.
Skills are developed on the job, under the supervision of a fully-qualified stunt coordinator.
bTV said the incident with the stunt performers has been confirmed by the authorities, with unofficial reports saying the movie for which the stunts were performed is "The Expendables 2"
Stunt coordinator and performer Zed has over 20 years of experience working in the stunt industry.
The Doha Film Institute (DFI) is hosting a week-long training workshop for students and filmmakers on directing and performing high-end stunts, a spokesperson said yesterday.