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The Supreme Commander: The War Years of Dwight D. Eisenhower

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 23, 2012

    All Pokemon 7

    121. Spinarak- the string spit Pokemon. Using strong, thin silk to capture its prey, Spinarak will wait motionlessly for ours on end for its prey to arrive. 122. Spinda- the spot panda Pokemon. Spinda teeters back and forth when it walks, making it a difficult target to hit. Every one has a unique pattern of spots. 123. Stantler- the big horn Pokemon. You can easily become entranced by the patterns on the majestic antlers of this Pokemon. 124. Staraptor- the predator Pokemon. Since it has strong legs and wings, Staraptor thinks nothing of challenging foes bigger than itself. It flies around in flocks searching for prey. 125. Starly- the starling Pokemon. Though small, Starly can flap their wings with great power. They stay in a flock until they are Staraptors because they are vulnerable on their own. 126. Staryu- the starfish Pokemon. If it is torn or damaged in battle, the rest of Staryu can grow back as long as its red core stays intact. 127. Swellow- the swallow Pokemon. After circling the sky for hours, Swellow will dive directly at prey. They look fr the warmest climate and will bravely take on the toughest foes. 128. Tauros- the wild bull Pokemon. Very violent by nature, Tauros will attack any foe by charging head on. They are rallied for a competions to see who can stay on them the longest. 129. Tentacruel- the jellyfish Pokemon. Made mostly of water, it uses beams from its eyes. After weakening its prey with poison, Tentacruel uses its tentacles to hold its victims. 130. Torchic- the chick Pokemon. Torchic is very warm to the touch thanks to the fire burning inside of it. It is raised for meat on farms. 131. Torkoal- the ember turtle Pokemon. When in danger, Torkoal will blow out black soot generated fromthe coal it stores inside its shell. 132. Treecko- the wood gecko Pokemon. Treecko can walj on walls and ceilings by using the tiny spikes on its feet. It is a smart Pokemon. 133. Ursaring- the hibernator Pokemon. Ursaring is very territorial. It will often mark trees that have tasty berries or fruit. 134. Venomoth- the poisonmoth Pokemon. Toxic dust-like scales can fall from Venomoth's wings. Be wary before you pet this pokemon. 135. Venonat- the gnat Pokemon. Venonat's big eyes are made up of tiny little eyes. At nighttime it is drawn to light. 136. Vespiquen- the beehive Pokemon. There is only one Vespiquen in a colony and its stomach acts like a honeycomb for grubs. The grubs will strike at any foe that appears. 137. Vigoroth- the wild Pokemon. Vigoroth's heartbeat is so elevated, it can't sit still for one minute. It scratches deep gouges into prey with its two sharp claws. 138. Volbeat- the firefly Pokemon. Volbeat loves the sweet aroma that Illumise generates. It communicates with other by lighting up its rear end at night. 139. Vulpix- the young fox Pokemon. It's tail can split to make more tails and can control balls of fire. 140. Wailord- the float whale Pokemon. The massive Wailord, the biggest of them all, can dive to depths of up to ten thousand feet. It spouts water from its nose.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 3, 2012

    Highly Recommended to Read for Stephen Ambrose Fans and Fans of World War II

    Stephen Ambrose continues to not disappoint. This book gives the reader the feel of the frustrations of being the Supreme Commander of a multinational force in a theater of war. The need to way every decision on what is not military sound and necessary but the political ramifications as well; not only for his only country, but for the British as well. A must read for anyone who loves World War II and the study of General Eisenhower.

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