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The young hero obtains a special watch, empowering him to discover and summon Yo-kai, befriend them and then work together to solve everyday problems problems that are often caused by other troublemaking Yo- kai
Vanellope von Schweetz, a young troublemaking glitch from a candy-coated cart racing game might be the only one who could help him.
The sources said Singh had a history of non- performance and troublemaking.
Saudi leaders have emphasised it is a strictly religious occasion and they are prepared to deal with any troublemaking.
September 27, 2012 -- Mayo Clinic researchers have found a way to detect and eliminate potentially troublemaking stem cells to make stem cell therapy safer.
September 27, 2012--Mayo Clinic researchers have found a way to detect and eliminate potentially troublemaking stem cells to make stem cell therapy safer.
The actress, who made her name in Footballers' Wives, will play the mother of a troublemaking family in the award-winning show.
Topics such as false witnesses are inherently divisive and bringing them up as the ink was still drying on the check Lebanon sent to the STL was an exercise in troublemaking.
SANA'A, March 06 (Saba) - President Ali Abdullah Saleh met on Sunday the with military, security and political leaders and they discussed the latest developments in the country and ways to prevent troublemaking and violence and ways to preserve the national unity, stability and security.
Now, Judge Miriam Shelvey has decided to impose a further indefinite ASBO on Kelly to try and curb his troublemaking.
Such speculation fuels conflict, promotes troublemaking rumours and tarnishes reputations before the Rule of Law is even invoked.
You can actually hear all that American geography and all that troublemaking in the garage deviance of Hippies, a songwriting clinic by two guys you could easily write off as cow-licked scamps, and their first album for independent giant Matador.
The English Rebel: One Thousand Years of Troublemaking, from the Normans to the Nineties.
An entertaining and touching treat, starring Bill Milner (pictured) as an 11-year-old living a sheltered life in a religious family, but who teams up with a troublemaking classmate to make MONDAY: Hostel: Part II (Five, 11pm).
In some Los Angeles neighborhoods, they might be surrounded by a youth culture in which tagging and other troublemaking aren't just considered cool but become a matter of survival among one's peers.