Some articles on special skill, special:
... male height 5'8" weight 161 lb homeland London, England special skill N/A Fogg is to many, just the royal museum's chief curator, but in truth he is the director of the royal exploration agency ... He has no special skill ... age 27 gender female height 5'6" weight 123 lb homeland America special skill archaeology Shirley is a member of the royal exploration agency ...
... A 'move' consists of either moving a unit, or using a unit's special skill ... AUR can be used to buy units or use a unit's special skill ...
... in this authorization Active Guard Reserve (AGR) active duty for training (ADT), active duty for special work (ADSW) full-time National Guard duty (FTNGD) for special work or training ... Head Device (1) The Ram's Head Device will fall into the category of special skill badges (Group 4 as noted in paragraph 29-17a (4), AR 670-1, Wear and ... There is no precedence for special skill badges within groups for example, personnel who are authorized to wear both the Parachutist Badge and the Ram's Head Device may determine the order of wear ...
... Scarlett Fellini age 25 gender female height 5'6" weight 118 lb homeland Italy special skill swordplay Scarlett Fellini is a lone-wolf sky pirate and ... Her special skill is swordplay ... Carlos age 35 gender male height 5'9" weight 154 lb homeland Mexico special skill firearms Carlos is an agent of the royal exploration agency ...
Famous quotes containing the words special skill, skill and/or special:
“I mean to retire, where
Nobody will have heard about my special skills
And conversation is mainly about the wearther.”
—Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin (b.1942)
“Ignorance and bungling with love are better than wisdom and skill without.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“The rebellion is against time pollution, the feeling that the essence of what makes life worth livingthe small moments, the special family getaways, the cookies in the oven, the weekend drives, the long dreamlike summers Mso much of this has been taken from us, or we have given it up. For what? Hitachi stereos? Club Med? Company cars? Racquetball? For fifteen-hour days and lousy day care?”
—Richard Louv (20th century)