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"X-Tensible Markup Language," for example, is easier to remember by its initialization of "XML" than "EML"."Leet speak" (or "1337") can be considered this trope played to extremes, where almost every normal letter is replaced by some form of "extreme" counterpart, which to those unfamiliar with the meme can vary anywhere from "slightly different" to "utterly unreadable," depending on how "hardcore" the user wishes to appear; it's believed that leet originated from the cracking community, which may explain why it's never spread beyond circles of computer geeks (and online gamers).
On a female Gauntlet day, the players protected and sent into the Gauntlet are females.The character appears in many adaptations of the X-Men properties, such as video games, animated programs, and live-action films.January Jones portrayed Emma Frost in the 2011 film X-Men: First Class."Text speak," originating in IM and a popular shorthand for use with mobile phones, is similar to "1337," though the hardcore consider it a different language.One possible justification for Xtreme Kool Letterz in Real Life is that, at least in the United States, "common words" cannot be trademarked as-is, but deliberate misspellings can.However, he usually recovers from these injuries by the next episode, showing himself to be a quick healer.
As revealed in his biography, he also finds enjoyment in motorcycles and dreams of having his own bike shop one day.
Prior to the challenge, it is announced whether males or females will compete in the Gauntlet following the challenge.
After each team challenge, on a male Gauntlet day, the winning team selects a male member of the losing team to protect from the Gauntlet and another male member to send into the Gauntlet.
Emma Frost first appeared in the famous storyline "The Dark Phoenix Saga", in Uncanny X-Men #129.
The character was created by writer Chris Claremont and artist/co-writer John Byrne.
Trent is a relaxed, nice guy who tends to get along with everyone, even the immensely hated Chris.