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“Winslow (6-3) came in fresh off a 12-1 win over No. 11 Bishop Eustace, but coach Keith Regn knew Triton would be no pushover.”
“Three times as a solo artist with the song "Driver Dagg Faller Regn" in 1996, "Jag Saknar Dig, Jag Saknar Dig" in”
“Jornandes, (de Successione Regn.,) that Basiliscus attacked”
“When Iris Regn invited me to the opening of a truly thrilling exhibition, BROODWORK: It's About Time at the Otis Ben Malz Gallery on April 30 (through June 11), she wrote: "We think (Iris Anna Regn and Rebecca Niederlander are the presenters) the topics in the show are right up your alley -- taking on the convergence of practice and family as an impetus to produce great work; grappling with Time and all its implications on creative practice...”
“Warsaw: 1936; The Rain Sings (Der Regn zingt, Yiddish).”
“In Regn.veget. it is faid to be — ramus caulis forifrus; a flower - bearing branch from the ftem.”
“Muratori, de Success, Regn.p. 241.] [Footnote 65: Nero (says Tacitus, Annal. xv.”
“It might be fairly alleged, that if females could succeed to the throne, Valentinian himself, who had married the daughter and heiress of the younger Theodosius, would have asserted her right to the Eastern empire.] 30 The adventures of Honoria are imperfectly related by Jornandes, de Successione Regn. c.”
“Success, Regn.p. 241.] 65 Nero (says Tacitus, Annal. xv.”
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