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  • I have a new social game - it's called Ditch the Wine.

    misspinkkate Diary Entry

  • But first we need to look at that landscape in greater detail, particularly at the feature called the Ditch.

    The Rule of Three

  • Water means sugar, and sugar is the backbone of the territory of Hawaii, wherefore the Nahiku Ditch, which is not a ditch, but a chain of tunnels.

    Chapter 8

  • And Ned made one more desperate attempt to save them and himself by borrowing money on his shares; when that hound Harkins got wind of it, and let it be buzzed around that the Ditch is a failure, and that he was goin 'out of it; that brought the shares down to nothing.

    Snow-Bound at Eagle's

  • Cannon, but no Ditch, which is not much wanting, as the works are built on the Edge of the rising Ground.

    Captain Cook's Journal during his first voyage round the world

  • Rampart Bastion and a Parrapet faced with Stones and mounted with Cannon, but no Ditch, which is not much wanting, as the works are built on the

    Captain Cook's Journal During the First Voyage Round the World

  • His debut album, Sirens of the Ditch is a fantastic alt. country record, and one of the best albums of the 00s.

    Irish Blogs

  • As part of a separate construction effort, council members are being asked to approve spending more than $63,386 for upgrades to the Orr Ditch, which is near Spanish Springs Road.

    RGJ.com - Latest News

  • One of the candidate panels for SXSW2010 is titled Ditch The Cubicle, Go Virtual, Save The World!

    sxsw candidate panel on "ditch the cubicle"

  • When he bellows I'm gonna dig that ditch. t in "Ditch," it's the most lascivious sentiment since Howlin 'Wolf pitched his wang dang doodle.

    Eric Clapton Isn't God Anymore

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