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.22Big Four.22 dominance

Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool, who have been the dominant forces in the Premier League in recent yearsSource: Wikipedia

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.22Hillsborough.22 television drama

Granada Television / ITVSource: Wikipedia

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.22Mae West.22

a WWII life preserverSource: Wikipedia

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.22Speaking terms.22

between a news source and a reporter on the privacy of a discussionSource: Wikipedia

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parser functionSource: Wikipedia

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.240 Apex

a centrefire sporting rifle cartridge developed in England in the 1920s, primarily for use in hunting deer and plains gameSource: Wikipedia

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.240 Weatherby Magnum

developed in 1968 by Roy WeatherbySource: Wikipedia

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.243 Winchester

a very popular sporting rifle roundSource: Wikipedia

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.243 WSSM

The 243 Winchester Super Short Magnum or 243 WSSM is a fairly new rifle cartridge, introduced in 2003Source: Wikipedia

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.244 H&H Magnum

cartridge was created in 1955 in Great Britain by deerstalker and rifle-maker David Lloyd (d. 1996), of Pipewell Hall, Northamptonshire and Glencassley in Sutherland, Scotland, and is not to be confused with the smaller-cased and much milder 6 mm (.2Source: Wikipedia

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.25 ACP

is a centerfire pistol cartridgeSource: Wikipedia

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.25 NAA

introduced by North American Arms company for their Guardian modelSource: Wikipedia

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.25 WSSM

The .25 Winchester Super Short Magnum is a third member of the Winchester Super Short Magnum (WSSM) cartridge family created by Winchester and BrowningSource: Wikipedia

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.25-06 Remington

had been a wildcat cartridge for about 35 years before being standardized by Remington in 1969Source: Wikipedia

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.25-20 Winchester

Winchester center fireSource: Wikipedia

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.25-35 Winchester

Winchester Center FireSource: Wikipedia

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.250-3000 Savage

a rifle Cartridge (firearms) cartridge created by Charles Newton in 1915 and is also known as the .250 SavageSource: Wikipedia

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.256 Newton

rimless cartridge was developed by Charles Newton and chambered in 1913 by the Western Cartridge CompanySource: Wikipedia

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.257 Roberts

a medium powered .25 caliber cartridge known affectionately as the BobSource: Wikipedia

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.257 Weatherby Magnum

introduced as a wildcat during the mid 1940s when Roy Weatherby was building custom rifles around war surplus '03 Springfield and the '98 Mauser actionsSource: Wikipedia

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.260 Remington

cartridge was introduced by Remington in 1997Source: Wikipedia

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.264 Winchester Magnum

one of a series of short-cased (2.5in.) belted magnum cartridges developed by Winchester, and officially introduced to the public by them in 1959Source: Wikipedia

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.270 Weatherby Magnum

the first belted magnum based on the .300 H&H Magnum to be developed by Roy WeatherbySource: Wikipedia

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.270 Winchester

developed by Winchester Repeating Arms Company in 1923 and unveiled in 1925 as a chambering for their bolt action Model 54Source: Wikipedia

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.270 Winchester Short Magnum

unbelted, magnum Cartridge (firearms) created by necking down the .300 Winchester Short Magnum and fitting it with a .270 caliber bulletSource: Wikipedia

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.276 Pedersen

round was an experimental 7 mm cartridge developed for the U.S. Army and used in the Pedersen rifle and early versions of what would become the M1 Garand rifleSource: Wikipedia

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.280 British

later designated "7 mm MK1Z", was an experimental intermediate rifle cartridge designed by the British Army in the late 1940s, with later with help from Fabrique Nationale in Belgium and the Canadian ArmySource: Wikipedia

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.280 Remington

was introduced in 1957 for the Remington model 740, 760, 721 and 725 riflesSource: Wikipedia

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.280 Ross

Firing a 140 gr bullet at a muzzle velocity of 2900 ft/s, the new cartridge qualified for the contemporary designation "magnum"Source: Wikipedia

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.284 Winchester

an example of a commercially rather unsuccessful cartridgeSource: Wikipedia

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.28Neo.29 Dio

a character from the video game World HeroesSource: Wikipedia

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.30 Carbine

the cartridge used in the M1 Carbine introduced in the 1940sSource: Wikipedia

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.30 Remington

cartridge was created in 1906 by Remington ArmsSource: Wikipedia

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a short-lived cartridge developed by the United States in 1903, to replace the .30-40 Krag in the new Springfield 1903 rifleSource: Wikipedia

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.30-06 Springfield

has 4.43 ml (68.2 grains) H2O cartridge case capacitySource: Wikipedia

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.30-30 Winchester

.30 Winchester Center Fire/7.62x51Rmm cartridge was first marketed in early 1895 for the Winchester Model 1894 lever-action rifleSource: Wikipedia

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.30-378 Weatherby Magnum

a cartridge introduced by Weatherby in 1996 that uses the same case as the previously existing .378 Weatherby Magnum and .460 Weatherby Magnum, necked down to a 30 caliber (.308 in) bulletSource: Wikipedia

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.30-40 Krag

.30 U.S./.30 Army/.30 Government was a round of ammunition developed in the early 1890s to provide the US armed forces with a new, powerful round to fire from the rifle it was going to select in the 1892 trialsSource: Wikipedia

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.300 ICL Grizzly

a rare big game cartridge developed by Arnold Juenke, a gunsmith who owned Saturn Gun Works in Reno, NevadaSource: Wikipedia

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.300 Lapua Magnum

a specialized rimless bottlenecked centerfire cartridge developed for long-range riflesSource: Wikipedia

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.300 Remington SA Ultra Mag

a .30 caliber short magnum cartridge that was put on the market shortly after Winchester released its 300 WSM round in 2001Source: Wikipedia

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.300 Remington Ultra Magnum

7.62x72mm, or .30 caliber rifle cartridge introduced by Remington Arms in 1999Source: Wikipedia

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.300 Savage

a rimless, .30 caliber rifle cartridge developed by the Savage Arms Company in 1920 which was designed to replace the less powerful .303 Savage in the their popular Savage Model 99 lever-action rifleSource: Wikipedia

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.300 Weatherby Magnum

a .30 caliber rifle cartridge created by Roy Weatherby in 1944 and produced by WeatherbySource: Wikipedia

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.300 Whisper

developed as a multi-purpose cartridge, capable of utilizing relatively lightweight bullets at supersonic velocities as well as heavier bullets (200–250 grains) at subsonic velocitiesSource: Wikipedia

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.300 Winchester Magnum

a popular magnum rifle cartridge that was introduced by Winchester Repeating Arms Company in 1963 as a member of the family of Winchester Magnum cartridgesSource: Wikipedia

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.300 WSM

a .308 caliber short magnum cartridge that was introduced in 2001 by WinchesterSource: Wikipedia

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.303 British

Commercial ammunition for weapons chambered in .303 British is readily available, as the cartridge is still manufactured by major producers such as Remington, Federal, Winchester, Sellier & Bellot and WolfSource: Wikipedia

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.303 Savage

a rimmed, .30 caliber rifle cartridge developed by the Savage Arms Company in 1894 which was designed as a short action cartridge for their popular Savage Model 1899 and 99 hammerless lever action rifleSource: Wikipedia

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