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  • Toby the Lab is in that familiar morning zone called Completely Out of It. So I won't disturb him.

    On the Runway

  • Cindy Barshop, who owns a string of New York and Palm Beach beauty spas called Completely Bare, is reportedly headed for the cast of the series next season now that Bethenny Frankel has gotten her own show.

    Cindy Barshop, New Real Housewife Of New York?

  • She said that a "rock 'n' roll star" suggested it to her when she was getting prepped for her wedding last September, and that rock stars – she wouldn't say which ones – come in a lot for her crystal tattoos, called Completely Bare with Flair (the Completely Bare bikini wax being self-explanatory).

    Who Invented the Big Swarovski? Bikini Wax and Crystals for $105

  • Completely, that is, except for his left eye, which he used to blink out said memoir.

    In The Company Of Glenn

  • The record, entitled Completely Me, has been made available as a download-only release from today.

    All - Digital Spy - Entertainment and Media News

  • He convinced her to send nude photos of herself in the hope of building a portfolio to be used as the covergirl for a health and beauty business called Completely Bare.

    Medindia Health News

  • Although it is also called the Completely Ridicuous Anthropic Principle CRAP.

    Jason Rennie interviews - The Panda's Thumb

  • Regardless, I'm now inspired to sew some kind of Completely Over The Top dress for the holidays which may or may not involve buttons.

    Come Sit By Me - A Dress A Day

  • "Completely," Lady Lydiell said, as Tenebrinth nodded.

    Elvenborn

  • "Completely," said Mr. Percy; "and he desires me to tell you, that it will be necessary for him to return to town in a few days."

    Tales and Novels — Volume 07

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