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“The satellite captured a picture at the perfect time in Bismark, North Dakota.”
“Bismark is often quoted as saying that "People who like sausages and legislation should never watch either being made.”
“Sadly, the custard joy of the Bismark is the only custard love in our house.”
“For instance, Microbial Life Education Resources states that a stain called Bismark”
“On second thought, all this may be too much information for you; I mean, who really likes to see what goes into sausages or legislation, to paraphrase Bismark (himself a lover of both I would have said; after all, which Canadian wants to know that there are 1209 kilojoules of energy in a single jelly-filled doughnut (by comparison with the 422 kJ in one “barge pilot biscuit.””
“Missouri, when we could have pursued the left bank of the latter due north, until it took us right into the town of Bismark, which is, I believe, the terminus of the railway. ”
“The Vipers were in Bismark, N.D., playing a back-to-back set against the Dakota Wizards, so Shakur had to hope on a plane and leave his basketball shoes and other equipment behind, since it was locked up in the arena.”
“The Missouri River in Bismark was slightly below flood stage of 16 feet on Saturday, but well out of its banks in some parts of the city and nearby Mandan, and officials are building levees to protect the city from a flood stage of 21 feet.”
“Near Bismark, N.D., the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers planned to increase releases over the coming weeks at Garrison Dam, about 75 miles upstream on the Missouri River.”
“His regular slot on Channel 4's Morning Line programme, picking "Barry's Bismark", a favourite he expects to sink without trace, will also retire with him.”
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