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Instead of throwing the fight, Mickey accidentally knocks his opponent out with a single punch due to his overwhelming power. Infuriated, Brick Top robs Turkish of his life savings and demands that Mickey fight again, and lose since the majority of the gamblers will now bet on him. Mickey refuses to fight again unless Turkish buys an even better caravan for his mother, but Turkish has no money left since Brick Top stole his savings. Furious, Brick Top has his men vandalize Turkish's gambling arcade and burn down Mickey's mother's caravan while she is asleep inside. Brick Top and his men then track down Tyrone, Sol, and Vinny to kill them for robbing his bookies. Sol bargains for their lives by offering Brick Top the stolen diamond, and is given 48 hours to retrieve it.

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Avi and Doug hire "Bullet-Tooth" Tony to help them find Franky. When the trail leads to Boris, they kidnap him and retrieve the diamond, while being closely pursued by Sol, Vinny, and Tyrone. Turkish and Tommy, who are on their way to purchase a gun from Boris, are driving on the same stretch of road at the time. When Tommy throws Turkish's carton of milk out of their car window, it splashes over Tony's windscreen, causing him to crash which accidentally kills Rosebud in the process. Boris escapes from the wreck only to be hit by Tyrone's car. Tony and Avi are confronted by Sol, Vinny, and Tyrone at a pub where Tony realizes that the trio's pistols are replicas, which he contrasts with his real handgun, intimidating them into leaving. The wounded Boris arrives with an assault rifle and a grenade launcher looking for the diamond, but is shot and killed by Tony, who wounds Tyrone at the same time. Sol and Vinny leave a wounded Tyrone and escape with the diamond, which Vinny hides in his pants. When Tony catches up to them, they tell him that the diamond is back at their pawn shop. Once there, Vinny pretends to have misplaced the diamond, then accuses his dog, which he got earlier from the Irish Traveller clan, of eating it. When Avi tells Tony to kill the dog, Vinny gives in and produces the diamond from his pants, but the dog snatches the diamond away and runs off, presumably back to the Irish Travellers' campsite. Avi wildly fires at the fleeing dog, accidentally killing Tony. He gives up and returns to New York City.

In Holy Matrimony!, James returned to his home as a result of a trap by his parents, who pretended to be dead in order to get him to come back to the estate, knowing he would return to pay his respects. He suspected that it was a trap, but he ended up being forced into participating by Jessie and Meowth, who wanted the fortune. After the deception was revealed, he was once again subjected to Jessebelle's torment until Growlie came to his rescue. After temporarily chasing Jessebelle away, James soon left his family's manor and as a result declined his inheritance. Growlie stayed behind upon James's request when he returned to Jessie and Meowth.

A variation of the standard Colt AR-15A2 rifle that was specially selected for accuracy and then converted by the Colt factory into a "DELTA-HBAR" type rifle. The conversion consisted of a Colt installed Tasco 3-9 power variable scope (with duplex reticle) with the rubberized/armored exterior that was mounted in a special A.R.M.S. carry handle adapter. It is also fitted with a Colt marked plastic cheekpiece on the buttstock that provided a higher cheek weld for shooting with the scope and still allows the charging handle to be pulled all the way back. It has the A2 rifle configuration with a forward assist, brass deflector and fixed carrying handle with the 800 meter adjustable rear sight. It has the slabside lower receiver as used on the commercial AR-15s with the original Colt fixed A2 style improved buttstock, handguards and pistol grip. The side of the pistol grip was also affixed with a small circular "RED DELTA" symbol signifying the model. The model was also fitted with their new Colt factory "HBAR" heavy target type barrel. The left side magazine well is marked "COLT SPORTER/MATCH HBAR/CAL. 223. Some models come fitted with an adjustable folding bipod. This rifle originally would come with the Colt aluminum storage/carrying case with the original COLT label on the end of the case.

During the rail selection phase, NSWC-Crane surprised most observers when they chose a new lightweight free-floating rail forearm manufactured by a then-unknown vendor, Daniel Defense, based in Black Creek, Georgia, over competing rail designs from KAC and ARMS. In contrast to the earlier KAC rails, Daniel Defense's design, designated RIS II, extended nearly the full length of an M4's barrel, past the gas block, thereby increasing M1913 Picatinny rail space relative to the KAC rail. The RIS II was also free-floating (it had no contact with either the barrel or front sight post), and was capable of mounting the M203 grenade launcher without a barrel attachment. Two versions of the RIS II exist: A version which contains a slot to fit over an M4's A-frame front sight post (known as the "RIS II FSP"), and a continuous version (simply "RIS II") which contains no FSP slot and therefore must be used with a low-profile gas block. The RIS II was first adopted by SOCOM in 2006. However, in contrast to most of the other SOPMOD Block II accessories, which began reaching operators in the field in 2007, SOCOM did not complete testing on the RIS II and issue its first major procurement contract until 2009, and Daniel Defense's own production lines initially strained to meet delivery orders on their SOCOM contract (which also limited the RIS II's availability on the commercial market). Consequently, the RIS II did not enter usage with SOCOM component personnel until after 2010, and it did not fully replace the KAC rail in SOCOM until 2016, by which point newer, modular rails had begun to usurp Picatinny quad rails on the commercial AR-15 market. Despite being a dated design relative to current AR-15 rails (e.g. those using Keymod and M-LOK attachment systems), the RIS II is currently the standard-issue M4A1 carbine rail for U.S. SOCOM.

"K4B" is the generic model description that Olympic Arms gave to its 20" M16 clone rifles. As with the K3Bs (described above), the specifications for the weapon changed over time. K4Bs manufactured from the late-1980s through the mid-1990s' were typically marked "M.F.R." on the lower receiver and featured 20" Government or HBAR-profile barrels, either A1E1 or A2-style upper receivers, and either A1 or A2-style lower receivers (the latter distinguished by the reinforced area at the receiver extension). In some cases, the weapons were also sold with Olympic Arms' proprietary "Stowaway" pistol grip, though this was not a standard feature. After the passage of the 1994 Federal Assault Weapons Ban in the United States, the "banned" configuration of the K4B was re-marked as "PCR 98" on the left side of the lower receiver, with "Export & Law Enforcement Only" on the right side, indicating that it could only be sold to law enforcement; the civilian versions of the PCR 98 lacked the bayonet lug and flash hider. When the AWB expired in 2004, Olympic Arms resumed production of the K4B for the civilian market in more-or-less the pre-ban configuration, though A2 upper and lower receivers were fully standardized (the A1E1 upper would be available only on the budget "Plinker Plus" configuration), and flattop receivers were also advertised as an option. The "no-ban" configurations, like the pre-1994 rifles, were also marked as "M.F.R." on the lower receiver.

The deadly poison-gas bomb MH5 (猛毒ガス弾 MH5エムエイチファイブ, Mōdoku Gasu-Dan Emu-eichi-faibu?) is Krieg's most dreaded weapon: an explosive shell containing a highly potent chemical toxin. Typically fired from the central launcher in Krieg's left shoulder-plate, its impact spreads a large cloud of gas that lasts around five minutes.[19] The poison inflicts immediate organ failure and internal bleeding on anyone who breathes it unprotected and, according to Krieg, kills within an hour.

Hurk is also the author of four "Letters of the Lost", his being the only ones not written by Japanese soldiers stationed on the island during World War II. In the first letter, he states that he had run out of paper, and so took a dead Japanese soldier's letter and wrote his own message over the now-faded original text. He apparently then left his messages with the bodies of their former authors, to be discovered by passers-by at a later date.

The "diamond problem" (sometimes referred as the "deadly diamond of death") is the generally used term for an ambiguity that arises when two classes B and C inherit from a superclass A, and another class D inherits from both B and C. If there is a method "m" in A that B or C (or even both of them) has overridden, and furthermore, if it does not override this method, then the question is which version of the method does D inherit? It could be the one from A, B or C.

Only for those who are interested in Python version2: To have the same inheritance behaviour in Python2 as in Python3, every class has to inherit from the class "object". Our class A doesn't inherit from object, so we get a so-called old-style class, if we call the script with python2. Multiple inheritance with old-style classes is governed by two rules: depth-first and then left-to-right. If you change the header line of A into "class A(object):", we will have the same behaviour in both Python versions. 350c69d7ab


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