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List Of Characters In The Predator Series - Predator - Hopper
... James "Jim" Hopper was an old friend of Dutch ... The novelization states that Hopper served with Dutch in black ops in Malaysia ...
Hopper - Other
... or Hoppers, the nickname of the fictional Huerta, California, from Jaime Hernandez's Locas graphic novels published in Love and Rockets Grasshopper (disambiguation) one who ... Hopper (DVR), a service of Dish Network known for its AutoHop commercial-skipping feature ...
Thomas Hopper (cricketer)
... Thomas Hopper (February 1, 1828 — July 13, 1877) was an English cricketer who played for Kent ... Hopper made a single first-class appearance for the team, during the 1856 season, against Marylebone Cricket Club ...
Shadow Moon - Equipment - Battle Hopper
... Battle Hopper (バトルホッパー, Batoru Hoppā?) is a living motorcycle created by Gorgom, made specifically for the upcoming Creation Kings Black Sun and Shadow Moon ... Battle Hopper was later stolen by Shadow Moon via his Shadow Flash before Black used his King Stone Flash to free him from Shadow Moon ... As a result, Shadow Moon attacks Battle Hopper with the Satan Sabre and the Bike soon dies ...
List Of Battle Angel Alita: Last Order Characters - Leviathan 1 Residents - Hegeor Hopper
... Hegeor Hopper (ヘジオア・ホッパー, Hejioa Hoppā?) is a martial arts scholar who provides commentary and analysis alongside Jack Gerambo during the ZOTT ... Hopper is one of those affected, but is able to mentally block out the fact that he actually is afire in the belief that it is an illusion ...

Famous quotes containing the word hopper:

    Maxim de Winter: Tell me, is Mrs. Van Hopper a friend of yours or just a relation?
    Mrs. de Winter: No, she’s my employer. I’m what’s known as a paid companion.
    Maxim de Winter: I didn’t know that companionship could be bought.
    Robert E. Sherwood (1896–1955)