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Dungeons and Dragons Movie Poster (11 x 17 Inches � 28cm x 44cm) (2000) Spanish Style A -(Justin Whalin)(Marlon Wayans)(Jerem

August 8, 2011

Dungeons and Dragons Movie Poster (11 x 17 Inches – 28cm x 44cm) (2000) Spanish Style A -(Justin Whalin)(Marlon Wayans)(Jeremy Irons)(Thora Birch)(Zoe McLellan)(Kristen Wilson)

  • Dungeons and Dragons Poster Mini Promo (11 x 17 Inches – 28cm x 44cm) Spanish Style A
  • The Amazon image is how the poster will look; If you see imperfections they will also be in the poster
  • Mini Posters are ideal for customizing small spaces; Same exact image as a full size poster at half the cost
  • Size is provided by the manufacturer and may not be exact
  • Packaged with care and shipped in sturdy reinforced packing material

Dungeons and Dragons Poster (11 x 17 Inches – 28cm x 44cm) (2000) Spanish Style A reproduction poster print

CAST: Justin Whalin, Marlon Wayans, Jeremy Irons, Thora Birch, Zoe McLellan, Kristen Wilson, Lee Arenberg, Bruce Payne, Richard O’Brien, Tom Baker, Robert Miano; DIRECTED BY: Courtney Solomon; WRITTEN BY: Topper Lilien, Carroll Cartwright; CINEMATOGRAPHY BY: Doug Milsome; MUSIC BY: Justin Caine Burnett.

List Price: $ 19.99

Price: $ 5.29

Callaway Big Bertha Iron Set Of Best For All

To build the most forgiving all-stainless steel set of Golf clubs Callaway Golf has ever developed, the engineers set aside conventional thinking, utilized innovative technologies and have redefined the shape of super game-improvement. The 2008 Big Bertha Irons take forgiveness to new heights by integrating a set of clubs featuring the new i-brids?, clubs designed to replace hard-to-hit long irons. The three i-brids combine the accuracy and control of irons with the forgiveness and versatility of a hybrid and are the most highly playable hybrid-like irons Callaway Golf clubs could make. The set smoothly transitions into traditionally shaped irons that feature increased offset, a larger effective hitting area and a constant width sole for better forgiveness.And how is it in golfers’ eyes?

I just started golfing back in October of 2007 and used Wilson 1200′s and a Top Flite set purchased at Wal-Mart. I averaged in the 120′s. In January, I bought a 3-LW set of ’08 BB’s, a Nike SUMO driver and a Taylormade Rescue hybrid. Since then, I’m averaging low 100′s to mid 90′s, depending on driving and chipping. These clubs knocked about 20 strokes off my game once I got used to them. I hit about 110 yds. with my AW and 200-210 with my 3iron. VERY straight shooting irons. I’m usually on in regulation or a short chip on for my 3 shot on long par 4′s(400+ yds.) and am regularly getting birdie attempts. If you’re a beginner or need an extremely forgiving iron at a reasonable price, I would suggest these. I just bought a set of X-20′s for myself and am giving the BB’s to my son so he can start hitting better shots.

I want to write an honest review here. I consider myself an accomplished golfer. I would shoot in the mid-low 80′s on a regular basis. I have tried both Titleist and Callaway clubs for over a decade. I keep going back and forth. Well, last fall I switched to Callaway again because my handicap wasn’t going down. I sold all of my Titleist clubs and decided on the new 2006 Big Bertha irons after demo’ing the 6 iron. All I can say is WOW. I was using the Titleist DCI 990b irons, which were decent, but switching to the berthas has been a God send. I am hitting a lot more greens in regulation now and my confidence is sky high. I got a full set of these babies. 4-LW. I was a little aprehensive about getting the matching SW & LW due to the offset, but I’m glad I did. My bunker play and short game around the greens have improved as well. Even the 4 iron is easy to hit. The forgivess of these irons is incredible. Callaway has made the game so much easier these days. I also switched to the HX tour 56 golf ball. Well, I now shoot from 76-80 consistently now. It usually just comes down to putting for me. Thank you Callaway, you have made the game much easier and much funner to play!

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Rosslyn Chapel, Then Chancel
wilson irons

Image by Cornell University Library
Collection: A. D. White Architectural Photographs, Cornell University Library
Accession Number: 15/5/3090.01213

Title: Rosslyn Chapel, Then Chancel

Photographer: George Washington Wilson (Scottish, 1823-1893)

Building Date: 1446-ca. 1490
Photograph date: ca. 1865-ca. 1885

Location: Europe: United Kingdom; Roslin

Materials: albumen print

Image: 7 1/2 x 11 5/8 in.; 19.05 x 29.5275 cm

Provenance: Transfer from the College of Architecture, Art and Planning

Persistent URI:

There are no known copyright restrictions on this image. The digital file is owned by the Cornell University Library which is making it freely available with the request that, when possible, the Library be credited as its source.

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Question by hutch: whats the difference between wilson di7 and di6 irons?
i’m a mid to high handicapper and the di6′s are about �140 and the di7′s are about �180 and i was just wandering if i should go with the cheaper ones or are the newer di7′s better clubs and will they be more forgiving and further distance.
Any help appreciated

Best answer:

Answer by x-15a2
They are very similar. The di6′s are a year or two older then the di7′s. They are both excellent game improvement clubs.

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments! – The New Wilson Staff D-Fy Irons with Half + Half Technology
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