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  • Borat was great, Ali G was Great, his role in Talladega Nights was great and now Bruno...the dude has comedic talent!

    Bruno Green Band Movie Trailer | /Film

  • It's at times like these that I think of what the great Alexander the Great said to his brother in the middle of a fierce fight.

    Paul Krassner: Review of Mort Sahl Tribute

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    Malaysia: Portrait of a 'Great Moderate Islamic Nation'

  • This immediately became an object of great solicitude with Goldsmith, knowing the weight an introduction from the Great

    The Life of Oliver Goldsmith

  • Reginald Dobbes, who was very great at grouse, and supposed to be capable of outwitting deer by venatical wiles more perfectly than any other sportsman in Great

    The Duke's Children

  • Of great importance with regard to all these matters is that, whatever the problems, all indications suggest that the Great

    ANC Today

  • He said "a great deal of progress" has been made in the multinational efforts to end the bloody civil war in Africa's Great

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • It wasn't so bad -- she danced a great deal, and twice revolved gently round the room with Great - Uncle Ivo.

    Damsel In Green

  • In turn, Wily had invited him to the great, commemorative banquets of Great

    The Great Gray Plague

  • No doubt he was in some ways a great man; and it seemed for a time that he might do for Ireland something like what Alfred the Great had done for

    Is Ulster Right?

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