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“Now this other, young Lady, Mlle. SCINTILLA, known to her friends as "SPARKS," is equally wonderful in her way.”
“GOLDEN SPARKS by Anthony Cowin, 3.1 out of 5 based on 50 ratings”
“GOLDEN SPARKS • by Anthony Cowin | Every Day Fiction - The once a day flash fiction magazine.”
“SPARKS, the sequel to EMBERS, will be released in September.”
“-- STORM 81, SPARKS 67: A healthy Lauren Jackson scored 17 of her 23 points in the first half, and Seattle's Sue Bird and Tanisha Wright hit key shots in the final minutes to help the host Storm pull away for a season-opening win over Los Angeles.”
“HAL SPARKS The comedian has appeared on VH1's "I Love the '90s," E's "Talk Soup" and Showtime's "Queer as Folk.”
“Christian Charisius/Reuters SPARKS FLY: A man worked at a blast furnace at steel manufacturer Salzgitter AG in Salzgitter, Germany, Thursday.”
“ERICA SPARKS, PICO RIVERA RESIDENT: At first I was, like, wow, this looks nice.”
“SPARKS: People always told me over and over, you know, this isn't the way to go.”
“SPARKS: It feels good that everyone would have my back, because, if they didn't, they would be like, why are -- she's a troubled child.”
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