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stun·ted

(stŭnt'ĕd)
Shortened; retarded, as in growth.
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Stunt referred to former Formula One boss Bernie Ecclestone, 87, and his ex-wife Slavica, 59, as "that dwarf Bernie" and "Lady Macbeth".
In a lengthy and at times erratic interview with Tatler magazine, Stunt, 36, said he is "as rich as ever" despite his PS5.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the producers of the movie were alerted about the stunt team's concerns but they ignored it.
EDT: Stunt begins (stunt duration approximately 7 minutes) 
This stunt was performed on April 30, between sector 17 and sector 9 of Chandigarh.
Moon's work in "Roots" is representative of the intricate, large-scale complex stunt work being done in television today on shows such as FX's "American Horror Story: Hotel," Netflix's "Daredevil" and Syfy's "The Expanse.
My dad was a stunt driver and both my parents were involved in motorsport as competitors and officials, so I was brought up competing.
A stunt plane with smoke pouring from the back was spotted over Eastern Green, Tile Hill and Allesley yesterday afternoon.
Hollywood Stunt Performers, 1910s-1970s, second edition
Freese offers this encyclopedia of stunt performers from early silent films to the 1970s, when stunt doubles were typically not credited in an effort to preserve the illusion of stars performing their own dangerous maneuvers.
She was a stunt double for Ashley Judd in Olympus Has Fallen, Alice Englert in Beautiful Creatures and Emily Blunt in Looper.
Wolfgang Stegemann, stunt director for Don 2 and the man behind all the on-screen action, produces a special action series for German television called Cobra 11 which will now air on BIG RTL Thrill.