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  • Prosecutors said Thursday that Norman Flowers, 34, had a history of burglaries, robberies and arson, and that he was paroled from prison 20 days before the sex assault slaying of Sheila "Pooka" Quarles.

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  • The spelling of the Phouka's name has been changed in the screenplay to the Anglicized version� "Pooka" �because producers have it tough enough already.

    War for the Oaks

  • The spelling of the Phouka's name has been changed in the screenplay to the Anglicized version ” "Pooka" ” because producers have it tough enough already.

    War for the Oaks

  • Pooka was too necessary an ingredient for it to be a finished game.

    Design til it hurts. « Palimpsest Games – Joe Murphy

  • A swath of that book revolves around a dialogue between a Pooka (a sort of third-class devil) and a Good Fairy, who being formless, spends a lot of time in his pocket.

    Interview with Keith Donohue

  • J-Pooka now and then slides some romance under his raps on his album " Me and My Friends, " while the prolific D Money ' s recent string of singles and his album " I ' m Not a Rapper Vol. 3 " present him boasting and toasting over lean, percolating beats.

    Names You Know, On the Go

  • Like Pooka said, Goldilocks broke into their home, violated their things and then complained the whole time how something she felt entitled to (other things food) wasn't made exactly to her specifications.

    Clinton: I feel like the Goldilocks of this campaign

  • ST: My favorite piece right now is Pooka because it evokes a sense of perfect balance and harmony.

    Satya Twena's Gorgeous Hats: Works Of Art

  • In fact, I think Pooka wanted to make a point, because when I went out an hour ago to feed midday hay, he was Pancake Pooka.

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  • I strongly suspect that Bear's Pooka is black because Pookas are historically most often black a sign of the otherworld, along with their golden or red eyes, and of danger; that's a product of history and metaphor.

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