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a capsule filled with water-soluble dye used as a projectile in playing the game of paintball

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151) Later, after the FBI questioned one of the paintballers, two others asked al-Timimi for advice.
A cocky young paintballer gets more than he bargained for when he's stalked by a predator at an adventure holiday park.
Other topics include "What I would wear snowboarding," "How to make money" - among them, "Be on `Fear Factor' ' - and "What to be when older" (pro paintballer, video game inventor, singer, host of a sports quiz show and 17 others).
The tea's new anomaly detector fails on its first outing when a young paintballer is attacked However, Cutter begins to suspect a explanation and Connor disgraces himself.
Meanwhile, the rest of the team try to find out why somebody shot a paintballer with real bullets.
As an experienced paintballer, I was looking forward to trying this state-of-the-art gun even though I had used various semiautomatic paint ball guns before with mixed results.
Westfield Police Detective Todd Edwards began investigating the charity, called Paintballers 4 Autism, some time ago after an Internet-based promoter began raising questions about Mr.
IT'S feared the screams and shouts of excited paintballers could disturb high court judges trying to grab some peace away from the bench.
PAINTBALLERS were swopping Teesside for Benidorm, thanks to a benevolent boss in 2003.
The unique storyline of female paintballers adds to the tension and drama between the girls, and with their male friends.
How to Paintball contains useful articles on general paintball strategy, the types of equipment used, and delivers an overall picture of what to expect for first-time paintballers.
Large groups of paintballers and a single horse rider do not mix," said Mrs Darby.
Seriously, he tests a suit which reflects heat and renders him invisible to infra-red cameras by trying to negotiate a course packed with paintballers equipped with the said cameras.