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“There is this place about ten minutes away from my house called the Checkered Flag.”
“When George Gershwin 's paintings were publicly exhibited for the first time after his death in 1937, Time magazine described" Self-Portrait in a Checkered Sweater "(now hanging in the Library of Congress) as" probably the best portrait ever made "of the composer of" Rhapsody in Blue.”
“What makes it unique is that the Checkered Cabs were just ska, no punk, at the height of the alternative trend, which is probably why nobody hasw heard of them.”
“Bradford at Telic Thoughts points out the Checkered Beliefs of some science practitioners.”
“At that Student Council Sock Hop in the spring of 1974, while dancing with Janice Lide, an attractive junior with a saucy Texas twang, I followed his advice and Chubby Checkered my way into ripping my best dress pants.”
“Checkered Past Once dominant RIM began a steep slide after the iPhone caught on”
“Checkered arches of sandy pink marble and white granite accented the buildings and added a taste of the Middle East.”
“Cons: Checkered past involving a princess-kidnapping scandal.”
“His "Dancer in an Armchair With a Checkered Floor" sold for $20. 8million.”
“April 17th, 2008 6pm ($18 for non-members) - Franz Schulze: The Checkered History of the Farnsworth House”
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