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“He labelled Marr's behaviour "stinking hypocrisy".”
“In "Graveminder," Melissa Marr's modern Gothic family drama, a young woman returns to her small hometown to attend her grandmother's funeral—a familiar scenario, except the heroine's grandmother was killed by a rampaging zombie.”
“I should hopefully finish that tonight and then I'm going to read an m/m romance and then delve into some YA - Melissa Marr's Fragile Eternity!”
“I've started Vanished (Kat Richardson) and am hoping to read Melissa Marr's Fragile Eternity next week.”
“Ha! Usually my response to Smiths fans is that I grew to appreciate Marr's guitar work.”
“And why was the Mail on Sunday front page with this on not shown during the press review on Andrew Marr's show on the BBC?”
“The Making of Modern Britain, written and read by Andrew Marr 7hrs abridged, Macmillan, £16.99Seamlessly – well, almost – picking up the historical baton where Morris left off, Marr's book, spun from his recent television series, takes us from Victoria's death in 1901 to VE Day.”
“Obama ducked Marr's strange question about whether, as president, he would like to have someone of her long experience of world affairs to consult, but paid tribute to this in his remarks at the state banquet.”
“Jarvis, such a welcome addition to the BBC 6 Music roster, may feel duty bound to echo Johnny Marr's "banning" of Cameron's fan status, but he might also stop to think about the mis-shapes he left behind, and the fact that the substantial cash Pulp have no doubt earned during this tour could take the band further from the roots they so love.”
“He hinted on Marr's televison show yesterday that he might not be able to achieve this goal, which is an exceptionally testing one.”
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