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6 results for "Dechirer" - Most at least downloaded

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- Torn and creased page 1
Notebook page torn, crumpled and thrown to the ground. UCS Category: PAPRRip. Duration: 00:03.
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- Torn paper
Paper: Tear long (x2), short tear (x2). UCS Category: PAPRRip. Duration: 00:05.
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- Torn and creased page 2
Notebook page torn, crumpled and thrown to the ground. UCS Category: PAPRRip. Duration: 00:03.
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- Cloth
Cloth: Short tear (x2), tearing along (x2). UCS Category: CLOTHRip. Duration: 00:09.
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- Newspaper is torn
Sound of a newspaper that is torn. UCS Category: PAPRRip. Duration: 00:19.
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- Torn and creased page 3
Notebook page torn, crumpled and thrown to the ground. UCS Category: PAPRRip. Duration: 00:04.
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