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- Hot Wheels is a Hardy Boys novel.
- Hot Wheels is a thirty minute Saturday morning animated television series broadcast on ABC from 1969 to 1971, under the primary sponsorship of Mattel Toys.
- Hot Wheels is a brand of die cast toy car, introduced by American toymaker Mattel in 1968. It was the primary competitor of Matchbox until 1996, when Mattel acquired rights to the Matchbox brand from Tyco.
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- (Games Played) Hakeem owns the Rockets franchise record for most games played with 1,119 entering the 2000-2001 season. On March 3, 1998 Hakeem played in his 1,003rd game with the Rockets, breaking the mark previously held by Calvin Murphy.
- (Games played) Games played (most often abbreviated as G or GP) is a statistic used in team sports to indicate the total number of games in which a player has participated (in any capacity); the statistic is generally applied irrespective of whatever portion of the game is contested.
The hidden truth about the French way of life: it's all about seduction—its rules, its pleasures, its secrets
France is a seductive country, seductive in its elegance, its beauty, its sensual pleasures, and its joie de vivre. But Elaine Sciolino, the longtime Paris bureau chief of The New York Times, has discovered that seduction is much more than a game to the French: it is the key to understanding France.
Seduction plays a crucial role in how the French relate to one another—not just in romantic relationships but also in how they conduct business, enjoy food and drink, define style, engage in intellectual debate, elect politicians, and project power around the world. While sexual repartee and conquest remain at the heart of seduction, for the French seduction has become a philosophy of life, even an ideology, that can confuse outsiders.
In La Seduction, Sciolino gives us an inside view of how seduction works in all areas, analyzing its limits as well as its power. She demystifies the French way of life in an entertaining and personal narrative that carries us from the neighborhood shops of Paris to the halls of government, from the gardens of Versailles to the agricultural heartland.
La Seduction will charm you and encourage you to lower your defenses about the French. Pull up a chair and let Elaine Sciolino seduce you.
The boys and I play a car game when we are out and about. We call it "Hot Wheels." Pretty simple... see a car you think is cool, looks like a hot wheel (has flames adorning any part of the body), or is "old," and you can call out "Hot Wheel!" to collect it as part of our collection. I had to make it a group effort since arguments were sure to break out as to who saw it first. We like the game so much that when I saw that there was a car show in town I knew it would make a perfect afternoon adventure! We had so much fun. It was hard to stop grabbing shots of cars, so rather than load my stream with way too many cars, I made a quick grouping to save as a memory of one fine afternoon with my guys!
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My nephew is just like me when I was his age. I couldn't get enough Matchbox and Hot Wheels cars. I had to run to Walgreen's to get batteries for my Star Wars plug'n'play video game system and picked up a pair of handy finger velcro lights. Gave one to my nephew because he also loves little flashlights.
Look at his cute little hand!
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A young ladies' man teaches his dating tricks to his lonely, widowed grandfather, and plays his best mind games to meet the woman of his dreams.
"Grandpa's horny and he wants to have some fun." This line is spoken by--good lord--Andy Griffith, a long way from Mayberry in this alternately charming and cringe-worthy romantic comedy. Griffith stars as nursing home resident Joe, a lonely widower. His grandson David (Paul Campbell), a slick car salesperson and womanizer, takes Joe under his wing to teach him the rules of "the game." But as shy Grandpa is transformed into "a wild stallion," David falls in love with Julie (an appealing Maria Sokoloff), the granddaughter of another resident (Everybody Loves Raymond Emmy winner Doris Roberts). Where Play the Game really scores is its quirky casting, including Geoffrey Owens, Eldon from The Cosby Show, as David's henpecked friend; iconic character actor Clint Howard (not Ronny, but close enough) as David's all-business father; and Liz Sheridan, Seinfeld's mom, who's got it going on as a woman who introduces Joe to the pleasures of Viagra and oral sex ("She took her dentures out," he exclaims). Play the Game plays like a segment of Love, American Style, but it's got a nice who's-playing-who twist that makes this Game worth replaying. --Donald Liebenson
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