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Double Cross suffers from the usual hazards of group biography--at times it's hard to track who's doing what, as the deception becomes progressively more complex and dangerous.
26, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The inaugural Goldman Sachs Builders and Innovators summit recently honored 2012's top 100 most innovative entrepreneurs, including Double Cross Vodka Founder and CEO Malcolm M.
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However, someone steals "Trixie" and the two partners initially suspect the other of a double cross, but quickly realize a third party is involved.
With a crossover no longer seen as a double cross, dudes in 2002 were taking advantage of the wealth of terrain and styles skating has to offer.
Double Cross follows a similar format, with the winner picking up a cheque for pounds 5,000 if they manage to charm their fellow competitors.
He laughs when a rueful Stalin bemoans Hitler's double cross, saying, "Ech, together with the Germans we would have been invincible.