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“A sandwich lunch from "Mary's Marvelous" is also part of the package.”
“He also gave Frank some literature, including a book titled A Marvelous Work and a Wonder, by LeGrand Richards, a former church elder who created much of the gospel outline used by Mormon missionaries.”
“Take a look at its two newest dolls called Marvelous Malia and Sweet Sasha.”
“To mark the start of Year 4, we return briefly to our first post, specifically to the referenced book edited by Joy Kenseth, The Age of the Marvelous, because, should it need to be disclosed, the Marvelous has been the overall theme of this blog from its inception and Kenseth's volume our editorial guide.”
“The problems, all of them caused by a lack of maintenance or oversight, are forcing even the most fanatical cheerleaders of what locals call the Marvelous City to question its preparations for sport's two biggest events.”
“The dolls are now called Marvelous (sic) Mariah and Sweet Sydney - but the company, Ty, adds that the toys were not named after the Obama girls.”
“The dolls, first called Marvelous Malia and Sweet Sasha, will now be named Marvelous Mariah and Sweet Sydney.”
“The cuddly creations from Ty Inc. - called Marvelous Malia and Sweet Sasha - had one psychologist using the word "sickening.”
“En fait, if I was invited to last night's Sport & Business Club meet-up, this was in order to prepare for a stint as interpreter for the club's next speaker: American boxer "Marvelous" Marvin Hagler.”
“Love Alive V," featuring Bishop Hawkins's ballad "Marvelous," was billed as a family reunion album that launched the Hawkinses on a national tour.”
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