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13th Jan '17 8:57:50 AM crazysamaritan
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* The female half of the family most commonly associated with the name Moreno in Mexican promotions such as Wrestling/{{CMLL}}, LLI and Wrestling/{{AAA}} are largely made up of blondes, except Alda, who is a [[NoExceptYes dirty blonde]]. The best case one can make is Rossy being slightly dark skinned if you want to stretch the word to is primordial origins.(Alfonso did have dark hair as do his sons, who are also all semi dark skinned too). Similarly, Carib wrestler La Morena usually has blonde highlights at the very least(though she can also pass under the semi dark skinned clause).

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* The female half of the family most commonly associated with the name Moreno in Mexican promotions such as Wrestling/{{CMLL}}, LLI and Wrestling/{{AAA}} are largely made up of blondes, except Alda, who is a [[NoExceptYes dirty blonde]].blondes. The best case one can make is Rossy being slightly dark skinned if you want to stretch the word to is primordial origins.(Alfonso did have dark hair as do his sons, who are also all semi dark skinned too). Similarly, Carib wrestler La Morena usually has blonde highlights at the very least(though she can also pass under the semi dark skinned clause).
22nd Nov '16 12:45:28 PM ZombieAladdin
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* Another general example: A "Replay" is not the machine asking you to take a particular action again, nor is it rewinding and showing you something you've already done. Rather, a replay's definition is more literal in pinball: It's a free game, earned by surpassing a certain score. You can play the game again, hence, a "re-play."

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* Another general example: A "Replay" Nearly all machines can offer a "Special" as an award. What the Special is not depends on the settings, and it falls into this trope if it's set to award absolutely nothing or something that the machine asking you to take a particular action again, nor is it rewinding and showing you something you've already done. Rather, a replay's definition is more literal gives out in pinball: It's a free game, earned by surpassing a certain score. You can play the game again, hence, a "re-play."droves (such as small amounts of points).
22nd Nov '16 12:42:20 PM ZombieAladdin
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* An example for pinball in general: Did you score exceptionally well that you have Score #1? Congratulations, you have the '''second'''-best score on the machine! The top score is actually the Grand Champion, and scores after that are numbered starting with 1.

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* The very word "pinball" is one caused by it being an ArtifactTitle: There hasn't been any actual pins in a pinball machine since the 1950's, and it's particularly non-indicative as fans call pinball machines as simply "pins." That being said, the "ball" part still holds true, and will almost certainly hold true as long as pinball exists in some shape or form.
* An example for pinball in general: Did you score exceptionally well that you have Score #1? Congratulations, you have the '''second'''-best score on the machine! The top score is actually the Grand Champion, and scores after that are numbered starting with 1. The reason for this oddity is that they are actually two leaderboards: The Grand Champion is a single-score leaderboard by itself, and the numbered scores are a different, separate one. Typically, the numbered scores are temporary and replaced with the default scores on a regular basis, whereas the Grand Champion score remains until the save data is destroyed, either deliberately by the operator or by accident. This is why so many machines have a Grand Champion score that's miles above all of the other scores: It may have been set months or even years ago, whereas the other scores are relatively new.
* Another general example: A "Replay" is not the machine asking you to take a particular action again, nor is it rewinding and showing you something you've already done. Rather, a replay's definition is more literal in pinball: It's a free game, earned by surpassing a certain score. You can play the game again, hence, a "re-play."
9th Jul '16 12:23:07 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* To be recognized as a woman of honor, one needed not prove their worthiness through respectable deeds or even adhere to the {{code|ofhonor}}. Simply working for Wrestling/RingOfHonor, in any capacity, was enough, even if it was in a barely visible role such as the ring crew. After the partnership with Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}} simmered down the designation was gradually restricted to members of its budding women's division, but that some of them are less than honorable still stands.

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* To be recognized as a woman of honor, one needed not prove their worthiness through respectable deeds or even adhere to the {{code|ofhonor}}. Simply working for Wrestling/RingOfHonor, in any capacity, was enough, even if it was in a barely visible role such as the ring crew. After the partnership with Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}} simmered down the designation was gradually restricted to members of its budding women's division, division by 2015, but that some of them are less than honorable still stands.
21st Jun '16 6:41:30 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* To be recognized as a woman of honor, one needed not prove their worthiness through respectable deeds or even adhere to the {{code|ofhonor}}. Simply working for Wrestling/RingOfHonor, in any capacity, was enough, even if it was in a barely visible role such as the ring crew. After the partnership with Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}} simmered down the designation was gradually restricted to members of its budding women's division, but the point about a few of them being less than honorable still stands.

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* To be recognized as a woman of honor, one needed not prove their worthiness through respectable deeds or even adhere to the {{code|ofhonor}}. Simply working for Wrestling/RingOfHonor, in any capacity, was enough, even if it was in a barely visible role such as the ring crew. After the partnership with Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}} simmered down the designation was gradually restricted to members of its budding women's division, but the point about a few that some of them being are less than honorable still stands.stands.
13th Jun '16 6:24:18 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* To be recognized as a woman of honor, one needed not prove their worthiness through respectable deeds or even adhere to the {{code|ofhonor}}. Simply working for Wrestling/RingOfHonor, in any capacity, was enough, even if it was in a barely visible role such as the ring crew. After the partnership with Wrestling/{{SHIMMER}} simmered down the designation was gradually restricted to members of its budding women's division, but the point about a few of them being less than honorable still stands.
22nd May '16 3:07:45 AM ZombieAladdin
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* An example for pinball in general: Did you score exceptionally well that you have Score #1? Congratulations, you have the '''second'''-best score on the machine! The top score is actually the Grand Champion, and scores after that are numbered starting with 1.
22nd Mar '16 8:07:08 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Actress Girl'Z is a joshi pureso fed, and thus the girls are only actresses in a loose sense. Furthermore, it is questionable how accurate it is to call them "girls", which crosses into LampsadeHanging with Kagawa Teruko, who is billed as "Middle Aged Star".

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* Actress Girl'Z is a joshi pureso fed, and thus the girls are only actresses in a loose sense. Furthermore, it is questionable how accurate it is to call them "girls", which crosses into LampsadeHanging LampshadeHanging with Kagawa Teruko, who is billed as "Middle Aged Star".
22nd Mar '16 8:06:42 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* Actress Girl'Z is a joshi pureso fed, and thus the girls are only actresses in a loose sense. Furthermore, it is questionable how accurate it is to call them "girls", which crosses into LampsadeHanging with Kagawa Teruko, who is billed as "Middle Aged Star".
23rd Jan '16 8:05:22 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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