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“Learn how the underdog AFL -- and its band of owner/pioneers dubbed the Foolish”
“CJ Burch has published his sequel to the excellent Star of Kaleel, called Foolish Gods.”
“Its bar featured a specialty called the Foolish Cocktail — a Martini garnished with a thin slice of onion floating on top of the drink.”
“It tells of an old man who lived in northern China long, long ago and was known as the Foolish Old Man of North Mountain.”
“Watch: WEDDING ROYALE: Random Trivia Watch: Midwest Storms Rage Overnight Watch: Michelle Obama's Plane Aborts Landing Charles Manson Calls 'Foolish' Obama a 'Slave to Wall Street,' Warning That the Environment Is in Peril”
“World War II veteran, University of Virginia then University of Michigan Law School, Wilson parlayed his father's insurance business into mining and manufacturing holdings throughout Michigan, including a minority ownership in the Detroit Lions. 1959 and Lamar Hunt whispering of forming the American Football League known as the "Foolish Club" then, now the AFC but Wilson's try at the Miami franchise was rebuffed.”
“Although Howard first made his mark on the small screen on the short-lived sitcom Sparks and in memorable music videos such as Ashanti's "Foolish," he's spent the bulk of his career in film.”
“The conservative 'Economist' magazine wrote that taking this as evidence that Dr Trenberth has doubts about global warming is "Foolish".”
“I think shes beautiful and I love her songs, especially "Foolish".”
“Foolish," Madeira gasped and put his hand to his vest pocket.”
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